After copies were pressed onto the paper, the paper entered the cabinet under the copier, where it dried on a large roller. An attachment was used to cut dried copies off the roll. Numerous companies produced roller copiers over a period of three decades. For example, Plate 11B shows a Rapid Duplicator that was advertised in Copies could be made more quickly with a roller copier than with a letter copying press.
How to Determine the Age of Antique Furniture
THE CARTRIDGE COLLECTOR
Learn how and when to remove this template message Nineteenth century carved walnut treen snuff box Treen, literally "of a tree" is a generic name for small handmade functional household objects made of wood. Treen is distinct from furniture , such as chairs , and cabinetry , as well as clocks and cupboards. Today, treen is highly collectable for its beautiful patina and tactile appeal. Anything from wooden plates and bowls, snuff boxes and needle cases, spoons and stay busks to shoehorns and chopping boards can be classed as treen. Domestic and agricultural wooden tools are also usually classed with treen. Before the advent of cheap metal wares in industrialized societies, and later plastic , wood played a much greater part as the raw material for common objects. Turning and carving were the key manufacturing techniques.
Antique Wooden Ice Box
Cups were made of tin, brass, rubber, horn, and most commonly glass. Figure 25 shows a selection of cups of various materials. There were often suction devices attached to the cup to allow the removal of blood. Human lips, rubber bulbs, and brass syringes were all used as sources for suction. This technique entailed creating suction in a cup placed over the skin without cutting the skin.
Cylindrical in shape and often lidded and with enamel decoration. Used in furniture making for heavy trimming and shaping. Windsor chair seats are shaped with an adze. Results in soft edged, slightly granular images and was often use to dress cheap porcelain. Overlapped with the arts and crafts movement and was just before the art nouveau period.