Handbag production history Hand bags are usually made of paper and are made with craft paper and glossy paper. Handbags are used as shopping bags, packing cases and so on.
Handbag production history
In 1852, Francis Wool (the school teacher) invented the first hand-made machine and, with his brother, recorded it. Then the Union created a handbag.
In 1871, Margaret Knight designed a device that produced handbags, and founded the Eastern Paper Bag Company. This sack was more durable than the design of the past, and could withstand more weight.
In 1883, Charles Stewl invented a device that produced hand pallets. Putting things in these bags and carrying them was much easier than the previous ones. This style of bag was known as SOS or the auxiliary sachet.
In 1912, Walter Dobner, a store manager at St. Paul, added bundles as handles to hand luggage to make them easier to carry. These shopping bags could weigh 30 kilograms. For this reason, they became very popular among the people. In 1915, Dobbner sold more than a million handbags. Hand-held handles along with the handles were later placed in the standard of supermarkets. Which were published with the brand’s color and logo of that store.
Plastic bags were introduced in the 1970s. Due to their low cost, they quickly replaced the paper bags. Plastic bags were a good option for grocery stores. But many clothing stores, restaurants, and … still used hand-held paper bags.
In 2015, the largest paper handkerchief in England was produced in the Records Book. (Height: 22.5 meters, width 15.4 meters, depth 36.3 meters).