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Barbers Chair

Barbers Chair

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Patent - Barbers Chair

Inventors - Charles W Fischer, Charles Zimmerman

Published - January 25th, 1910

Our Patent prints are made using restored high-resolution scans of 10000's of patents covering a range of technologies, sports, music, gaming & more. Our posters make the perfect personal addition to any home or office, they even make great custom gifts for friends & loved ones. Using 4 unique styles; vintage, chalkboard, blueprint & white our prints look amazing on any wall! Printed on high-quality 180gsm matt paper using archival quality inks our artwork looks amazing wherever they are displayed!

Barber chairs in engravings from the Civil War era share many features with modern chairs, including high seating, upholstery, and a footrest. The first factory-manufactured chairs date to around 1850. The first one-piece reclining barber chair with an attached footrest was patented in 1878 by the Archer Company of Saint Louis. Archer quickly followed it with a chair that raised and lowered mechanically. Eugene Berninghaus of Cincinnati improved on Archer's design with the first reclining and revolving chair, the Paragon. Theodore Koch of Chicago incorporated all of these innovations into his chairs, selling more than 35,000 chairs in the period before 1885.

In the late 1950s, US-based barber chair manufactures sold about 10,000 chairs a year to the 100,000 barber shops. Chicago-based Emil J. Paidar Company was a leading manufacturer of barber chairs in the late 1950s (Belmont and American Barber Chair Company from 1948 to 1956 whose chairs were spinoffs of the Koken chair). Starting in 1957, Belmont joined Osaka, Japan's Takara Belmont Company began importing almost exact duplicates of Paidar chairs—at 20%-30% less cost. In June 1969 Takara purchased the Koken Barber Chair building and production equipment in St. Louis Mo and in 1970 they purchased the Koken name, trademarks and patents this purchase was the main reason that by 1970, Takara had 70% of the US market, beating out Paidar who once held the same amount.

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    • Printed using Epson HDR Ink-Jet Technology

    • 180 gsm Matt Paper

    • Archival grade inks to ensure maximum quality

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