Originally the term stationery referred to all products sold by a stationer, whose name indicates that his book shop was on a fixed spot, usually near a university, and permanent, while medieval trading was mainly peddlers (including chapmen, who sold books) and others (such as farmers and craftsmen) at non-permanent markets such as fairs. It was a special term used between the 13th and 15th centuries in the manuscript culture. The Stationers’ Company formerly held a monopoly over the publishing industry in England and was responsible for copyright regulations.

GENERAL STATIONERY

BINDER-CLIPS

Cutter

Executive Tray

FEVI STICK

PEN STAND

RUBBER-BAND

RUBBER-BAND-BOX

SCISSOR

T-PINS

U-Pins