Historical information

D.R.G.M.,is not a German patent but was instead a way for inventors to register a product’s design or function in all states within Germany. From 1891 to 1952, products manufactured in Germany might have been stamped with this D.R.G.M. designation. This Quic Pic was used by the family of Ailsa Hunt in mid 20thC

Significance

The women of the post World War 11 estates made clothes and furnishings as their families settled in Bentleigh, McKinnon, Moorabbin ,Ormond in City of Moorabbin c1950s

Physical description

A wooden egg shaped tool with enclosed steel blade for cutting stitches while dressmaking c1950

Inscriptions & markings

'PIC - QUIC' DRGM 989116