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Re: guillotine info wanted
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- Subject: Re: guillotine info wanted
- From: "LABA,Inc." <livres@ANET.NET>
- Date: Thu, 25 Feb 1999 09:01:24 -0800
- Message-Id: <199902251703.JAA23286@palimpsest.Stanford.EDU>
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Caryl, are looking for a Guillotine or a boardcutter
First: Is the item offered a Boardcutter, manufactured by Jaques, because
technically -if that matters to you - that is a scissors cut.
If it a Guillotine, there a blade cuts towards a cutting stick imbedded into
a table with the means of mechanical devices and motion, that is a knife
A Guillotine is quite different from a Boardcutter.
If you intend to cut sheets of paper and board one by one, I would assume
you like to buy a boardcutter.
If you intend to cut stacks of paper and trim the edges of books you want to
buy a guillotine.
Cutting board on a guillotine dulls your blade so quickly that it would cost
you about 17.00 $ a week to have your blade sharpened constantly, aside from
the need of having a second bladefor the time your blade is in the
As for pricing:
Small GUILLOTINES are sometimes desireable by Hobbyists etc., I've seen them
250.00 $ to 1200.00 $ for a real nifty one.
But than I paid for my Challenge 32" 150.00$, ( still had to clean up all
the rust and but it back in order, took my 3 months about - but now it's a
For a small Boardcutter, about 24" or a bit larger , I would expect to pau
about 1200 - 2000.00., pending on the condition.
From: Caryl Seidenberg <Caryl360@AOL.COM>
To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU <BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU>
Date: Thursday, February 25, 1999 1:31 AM
Subject: guillotine info wanted
>Can anyone out there give me a ballpark figure on the worth of a Jacques
>guilllotine board cutter, throat measures 14 1/2 and length is 23. It's in
>mint condition, has safety catch on arm, newly sharpened blade,small brass
>plate on front says John Jacques and Son, Worcester, Mass. Thanks for any
>The Vixen Press