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Attaché Cases

Attaché cases, also known as briefcases, are rectangular-shaped bags that are commonly used for carrying important documents, laptops, and other business-related items. These cases are typically made of leather, although other materials such as nylon, canvas, and even metal are also used. The design of attaché cases usually includes a handle on the top and a hinged lid that opens to reveal a compartmentalized interior. The origin of attaché cases can be traced back to the 1850s when lawyers and other professionals began carrying documents in leather bags. However, it wasn't until the early 20th century that attaché cases became a popular accessory for businessmen. In the 1920s and 1930s, attaché cases were seen as a symbol of success and were often used by executives to carry important documents and other items. Today, attaché cases are still widely used in the business world, although their popularity has declined somewhat due to the rise of digital technology. However, many professionals still prefer to carry documents and laptops in attaché cases as they provide a level of sophistication and professionalism that other bags may not.

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