This was certainly an interesting uestion to research!
I called the Bouchon Restaurant, and spoke to a very nice woman, who
told me GB Products International, 1024 Sharay Court, Concord,
California, 94518, makes the embosser you saw.
I also found this address for them.(This may be a newer address):
G.B Products International
5650 Imhoff Dr., Suites B & C
Concord, CA 94520
In Concord dial
(925) 789-1468 (fax)
Outside of Concord dial
Our Customer Service hours are
Monday to Friday
7:00am to 4:00pm
Their e-mail is: firstname.lastname@example.org
I sent an email several hours ago, and received one reply telling me I
would be contacted by Frank DeCarbone. The email said that Mr.
DeCarbone is the person most familiar with this embosser. As of this
posting, I have hear nothing. You may want to contact them directly.
Here is their home page:
In case the above does not work out, perhaps one of these
manufactures carries a similar product:
?The Embosser 1000 is the ideal solution for a variety of
personalisation needs it combines desktop dimensions with heavy duty
? Equipped with the MSP system (Multi Smart Processing) allowing 3
cards to be processed simultaneously.
? FIFO (first in first out) input hopper with a 200 card capacity.
? Available with special characters to meet the requirements of VISA
and MasterCard for personalisation of international credit cards.?
One of these may do the trick for you!
Some of these might work as well:
Other types of machines
Still more embossers
A non-electric model
If this is not the correct type of embosser, please request an Answer
Clarification, and allow me to respond, before you rate. I?ll be happy
to assist you further on this question, before you rate.
Desktop paper embossers
A call to the Bouchon Restaurant
Clarification of Answer by
06 Jul 2006 14:48 PDT
Hello again Yule,
I had a feeling if I posted the answer, the salesman would call, and he did.
I also misspelled Mr. DeCarbonel's name. It IS DeCarbonel. Please contact him:
Mr. Frank DeCarbonel at 1-800-422-3781 x117
He said the exact machine you saw at the Bouchon is no longer
available, but he can get you an almost identical machine, in the
neighborhood of $700-$800 dollars, depending on the die you want made
for the embossing.
Good luck, and I am SO pleased to be able to find an embossing machine for you!