Koh-i-noor staples packaging

Czechoslovakia Koh-i-noor staples 1970s

Box of office staples with simple constructivist, no-nonsense graphics:
silhouette of a stapler (with a staple strip in place) and the product ID number.
KIN stands for Koh-i-noor factory.

Year: circa 1970s
Designer:
Manufacturer: Koh-i-noor
Source: Goran Patlejch

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