4.1 Aristo, Dennert & Pape, Germany
The company Dennert & Pape, Workshop for Mathematical Instruments, was founded in 1862 and began making slide rules in 1872, as the company name changed to Dennert & Pape, Mechanical-Mathematical Institute. On Feb. 16, 1886 the German patent DRP 34583 was granted to Dennert & Pape for the manufacturing of wooden silde rules with celluloid veneers. Within the next several years, this method was adopted by all major slide rule manufacturers of the day. In 1936 the “Aristo” trademark was introduced for slide rules, scales, and other Dennert & Pape drafting instruments made from the new plastics of that era. By 1956 the company changed its name to Dennert & Pape Aristo-Werke. Their slide rule production ended in 1978, after 106 years.
Total number of Aristo slide rules in the collection: 4. \(~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~\)
|966H||1951||512||L||wd||10||yes||made in 1951 Lot 2 Hamburg; Dennert and Pape; Hamburg; slide in very good shape; case intact and worn|
|970||1954||541||L||wd||10||box||made in 1954 Lot 1 Hamburg; Aristo-Multilog; slide in very good shape; felt-lined box with Aristo lable inside and out; 4-hairline HP cursor|
|1067U||1961||614||L||pl||20||yes||Aristo-Darmstadt in well; nice box; date code 614; wide, 4-hairline cursor|
|0968||1963||63 18||L||pl||10||yes+box||Aristo-Studio, case, rulers, outer box; 6-hairline cursor; green skid pads; several extended scales; nice condition|