The new Stationers’ Warrants for 2019 were announced at the Livery Lunch on 8 October 2018.  The Master visited each warrant holder at an exhibition  which was set out in the Stock Room and presented the certificates.  The warrants were awarded as follows:-  

Brown Fox, represented by Lewis Stevenson, were awarded a warrant for their fine stationery range. 

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Collins Debden,  represented by Scott Darroch and Shahrazz Hayat, were awarded a warrant for their wool / leather bound diary. 

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Durable, represented by Suzanne Tiernan, were awarded a warrant  for their RFID credit card wallet.  

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Manuscript Pen Company, represented by Charlie Stockbridge, were awarded a warrant for  their  ML1856 fountain pen.  

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The companies that have extended the warrant from previous years where the Judging panel saw further innovation and development of the products are as follows:

EO Group, represented by Paul McManamon and Alina Fisher, extended their warrant  for the Office Power Dealer network programme

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Gopak, represented by Tony Riley and Tony Ash retained their warrant for Ultralight Staging

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Victor Stationery, represented by Nick Gosling extended their warrant for the Rhino Notebook. 

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Office Club, represented by Alan Calder, retained their warrant for Cool Earth Paper.  

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The judging for the 2020 Stationers warrant will commence in March 2019, with Sammy Bartley as Chairman.

The Worshipful Company
of Stationers
and Newspaper Makers

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