The very first stapler belonged to king Louis XV of France. The elaborate, handmade staples were imprinted with the royal insignia and were used to fasten together court documents.
In 1868 Charles Gould received a British patent for a wire that was stitcher that could be used to bind magazines. His invention used uncut wire That was then cut to length, the pointed ends forced through the paper, and the ends folded down. The device was a direct predecessor of the modern stapler.
Samuel Slocum invented the stapler in 1841
Louis XV of France
The stapler was invented out of necessity. People had many different papers that they were constantly losing track of and needed something to keep them together.
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1841 by Samuel Slocum.or 1866 by George W. McGill is this answer really true????????????????????? and the stapler was invented in France and made by wire of .017
The original design for the stapler remover was invented by William G. Pankonin, but there was also a later design by Joseph A. Foitle, which is not as widespread.
The first known stapler was made in France for King Louis XV in the 1700's.
The stapler has been around for quite a long time now. In the related links box below, I posted the wikipidia article on the stapler.
The first known stapler was handmade in the 18th century in France for King Louis XV.
A simple reason for the invention of the stapler would be to ease our work and keeping all the documents together. It was invented when a lot of paperwork started taking pace and need to keep them together increased. King Louis XV invented the first stapler in 18th century.
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