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History of the creation of the notebook

Information about the time of the appearance of the first notebook varies, but we can say that this invention appeared approximately in the 7th century. But the notebook was first needed by the French – at the court of Louis XIV.

The beginning of the production of notebooks took place only in the 19th century in the city of Tours, with an elastic band, a hard cover and rounded corners, although notebooks began to be made already in the 18th. At this time, notebooks did not receive mass production, they were purchased mainly by artists, writers and journalists.

The name of the person who first created the notebook is unknown. The accessory, from which you can tear off the sheets after use, was first invented by the great Mark Twain (real name Samuel Clemens). He did not become a writer right away, at first he studied to be a steamer pilot on the Missouri River and, on the advice of his teacher, started a notebook to write down everything he needed.

For the next fifty years of his life, Twain kept and kept about 50 notebooks. The writer often started a new notebook when going on some kind of journey. In them he described his impressions, made sketches of places, drew illustrations for books and wrote down ideas. Subsequently, Twain’s notebooks were disassembled into winged quotes and aphorisms, since he used to write down what came to his head in short and witty sentences, and Twain entered frivolous jokes in the back of the notebook.

He was not only a renowned writer but also a successful inventor. In 1872, he patented scrapbooks, some of the pages in which were provided with strips of dry glue, which were enough to get wet to glue something. In addition, Twain also invented the perforated notepad with loose-leaves.

By 1901, the enterprising Mark Twain had sold at least 57 types of albums and notebooks, which brought him $ 50,000. It is believed that, in general, the writer earned more from patents than from all of his books.

The first experimental printing house will make for you notebooks in any design: spring-loaded, hot-melt, stitched, perforated, rounded corners and other post-printing operations of the best quality.

We are always in touch!
38 (099) 543 56 55
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  • History of the creation of the notebook

    History of the creation of the notebook

    Information about the time of the appearance of the first notebook varies, but we can say that this invention appeared approximately in the 7th century. But the notebook was first needed by the French – at the court of Louis XIV.

    The beginning of the production of notebooks took place only in the 19th century in the city of Tours, with an elastic band, a hard cover and rounded corners, although notebooks began to be made already in the 18th. At this time, notebooks did not receive mass production, they were purchased mainly by artists, writers and journalists.

    The name of the person who first created the notebook is unknown. The accessory, from which you can tear off the sheets after use, was first invented by the great Mark Twain (real name Samuel Clemens). He did not become a writer right away, at first he studied to be a steamer pilot on the Missouri River and, on the advice of his teacher, started a notebook to write down everything he needed.

    For the next fifty years of his life, Twain kept and kept about 50 notebooks. The writer often started a new notebook when going on some kind of journey. In them he described his impressions, made sketches of places, drew illustrations for books and wrote down ideas. Subsequently, Twain’s notebooks were disassembled into winged quotes and aphorisms, since he used to write down what came to his head in short and witty sentences, and Twain entered frivolous jokes in the back of the notebook.

    He was not only a renowned writer but also a successful inventor. In 1872, he patented scrapbooks, some of the pages in which were provided with strips of dry glue, which were enough to get wet to glue something. In addition, Twain also invented the perforated notepad with loose-leaves.

    By 1901, the enterprising Mark Twain had sold at least 57 types of albums and notebooks, which brought him $ 50,000. It is believed that, in general, the writer earned more from patents than from all of his books.

    The first experimental printing house will make for you notebooks in any design: spring-loaded, hot-melt, stitched, perforated, rounded corners and other post-printing operations of the best quality.

    We are always in touch!
    38 (099) 543 56 55
    38 (067) 543 56 55
    38 (073) 545 56 55

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