Stamp, rubber; Gutteridge Sampson and Co, 151 Farringdon Road, London, EC1, Unit...


Stamp, rubber

About this object

A rubber stamp; used to duplicate memos. It has a long black bakelite handle at the top, attached to a metal plate and has a curved base of slim metal plate lined with soft rubber pad. On top are three flat protruding catches for attaching the stencil. On the base a wire on each side act as a spring. On each side of stamp is embossed: Emgee.

This duplicating device was used by Woman's Division of Federated farmers (WDFF) to produce the monthly meeting no agenda.


Gutteridge Sampson and Co, 151 Farringdon Road, London, EC1, United Kingdom

Maker Role


Date Made

C 1960

Place Made

Europe, United Kingdom, London

Medium and Materials

Bakelite, metal, rubber, wire

Inscription and Marks

On each side of body: "Emgee"


h 55mm x l 172mm x w 116mm

Subject and Association Description


Object number


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