The company had its origins in the Leipzig-based publishing company founded by Friedrich Wilhelm Garbrechts (d.1874) in 1862. Oscar Brandstetter acquired and renamed the company in 1880. By 1939 the firm employed nearly 2,000 people. Damaged during World War II the firm's facility was disassembled and expropriated. Wolfgang Brandstetter re-established the company in Wiesbaden where it currently specializes in technical and scientific publications.
Publishing companies printing with Brandstetter
- Franz Borgmeyer (Hildesheim)
- Alfred Coppenrath's Verlag (formerly H. Pawelek) (Regensburg)
- Franz Feuchtinger (Regensburg)
- Conrad Glaser (Leipzig)
- Lauterbach & Kuhn (Leipzig)
- C. Marowsky (Minden)
- G.W. Niemeyer (Hamburg)
- Friedrich Pustet (Regensburg)
- Ferdinand Schöningh (Paderborn and Münster)
Imprints, Addresses, Agencies
- "Oscar Brandstetter vorm. F.W. Garbrecht, Leipzig"
- "Stich u. Druck v. F.W. Garbrecht's Nachf., Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig"
- "Stich u. Druck v. Oscar Brandstetter, Leipzig"
- Wikipedia article on Oscar Brandstetter Verlag (German).
- Wikipedia article on Otto Säuberlich (German).
- (Oscar Brandstetter (Leipzig))