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Paper Clip

It was a company called the Gem Manufacturing Ltd. of England that first designed the double oval-shaped, standard paperclip. This familiar and famous paperclip was and still is referred to as the "Gem" clip.

Made from galvanised steel wire, this low-cost material does not rust, and the thickness of the wire promotes sturdy shapes. Some steel paperclips are coated in plastic for colourful design purposes.

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Foldback Clip

Less commonly known as a banker's clip or binder clip or ''bobby clip”, the foldback clip is a simple device for binding sheets of paper together. It is also sometimes referred to as a "handbag clip" because, when not in use, its clip can be folded up to look like a handbag.

In common use in the modern office. It can hold a few to many sheets of paper and is usually used in place of the paper clip for large volumes of paper.

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Bulldog Clip

A device for temporarily but firmly binding sheets of paper together. It consists of a rectangular sheet of springy steel curved into a cylinder, with two flat steel strips inserted to form combined handles and jaws. The user presses the two handles together, causing the jaws to open against the force of the spring, then inserts a stack of papers and releases the handles. The spring forces the jaws together, gripping the papers firmly.

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Magic Clip

The Magic Clip is basically a foldback clip without the wire handle. This makes the whole clip smaller without the two handles to open the clip as well as the small loops necessary for the handles. A clipper or dispenser is used to attach the clip to paper.

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Treasury Tags

Tags for fastening documents, computer printouts, etc. Cord with two metal 'T-bar' ends. Provides an economical filing method and are great for holding together larger volumes of paper.

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Grip Binders

These binders have pointed ends that easily pierce through paper and light card, and the washer at the end holds your papers together.

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Round Head Paper Fasteners

A brass fastener, brad, paper fastener or split pin is a stationery item used for securing multiple sheets of paper together.

Rubber Band Selection Guide

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A

Size (mm)

4A0

(1682 x 2378mm)

2A0

(1189 x 1682mm)

A0

(841 x 1189mm)

A1

(564 x 841mm)

A2

(420 x 594mm)

A3

(297 x 420mm)

A4

(210 x 297mm)

A5

(148 x 210mm)

A6

(105 x 148mm)

A7

(74 x 105mm)

A8

(52 x 74mm)

A9

(37 x 52mm)

A10

(26 x 37mm)

B

Size (mm)

-

-

B0

(1000 x 1414mm)

B1

(707 x 1000mm)

B2

(500 x 707mm)

B3

(353 x 500mm)

B4

(250 x 353mm)

B5

(176 x 250mm)

B6

(125 x 176mm)

B7

(88 x 125mm)

B8

(62 x 88mm)

B9

(44 x 62mm)

B10

(31 x 44mm)

C

Size (mm)

-

-

C0

(917 x 1297mm)

C1

(648 x 917mm)

C2

(458 x 648mm)

C3

(324 x 458mm)

C4

(229 x 324mm)

C5

(162 x 229mm)

C6

(114 x 162mm)

C7

(81 x 114mm)

C8

(57 x 81mm)

C9

(40 x 57mm)

C10

(28 x 40mm)

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