Böntgen & Sabin

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Logo Bonsa 1.jpg
Name Böntgen & Sabin
Location Solingen, Germany
Dates of Operation 1870 - 1983
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Owners Walter Böntgen, Louis Sabin
Uploads Bonsa 2.jpg

Located Solingen, Mittelstrasse 13 since 1935 and on, renamed in Elsa-Brandstrom-Strasse 13-15, from 1939 till 1970.

The factory was founded in August, 1870 by Walter Böntgen and Louis Sabin and was registered by the Chamber of commerce in November, 22nd 1876.

The firm is mentioned in the Warenzeichenblatt supplement of 1905 as the manufacturer of 'pocket knives, shears, shaving knives, and patented knives'.

Brandnames: Loreley (1895 No10122), Cosmopolit (1895 No10470), Кappapa (1895 No10015), Rhein (1895 No9957), Flying Dutchman (1897 No25019), Flying Scotchman (1902 No55271), EZYSHAVE (1898 No34432), AUTOCRAT (1899 No35531), Zando (1902 No55964), Clansman (1902 No55059), Bonsa (1902 No52288), Carrara (No.877), Sarina, Sabina, Autofix, Bellring, Bonanza, Hector, Hindenburg, Keystone, Klosscut, Midget, Mois, Nagraf, Fussball and Football, SSS im Kreis.

Trademarks: В&S in diamond and a rectangle (1901 No49959), a foot and a football, and the unknown trademark (No 103529).