Furst Bros. & Company Baltimore. Catalog No. 920. [cover title]
“Our descriptions are truthful. when we say hand carved we mean genuine hand carved…”
Richly-illustrated, this Baltimore firm’s trade catalog presents a diverse array of goods available to the 1920s-era American consumer looking to purchase mirrors, mantle clocks, and framed prints. Frames were also sold separately and offered in a diversity of styles, shapes, sizes, designs, and materials.
The catalog provides inventory numbers, dimensions, and prices, accompanied by succinct descriptive text. The scholar of historical prints will recognize artists such as Maxfield Parrish, Whistler, Millet, Harrison Fisher, Jesse Wilcox Smith, and others. Two price sheets are laid in.
An invaluable resource for both a paintings conservator and a student studying early 20th-century American material culture.
Description: Furst Bros. & Company Baltimore. Catalog No. 920. [cover title]
[Baltimore: n.p. Ca. 1920s]. 111 pages. 11 x 8 inches. Color illustrated, embossed stiff paper covers. Half tones and line engravings. Small margin loss to final leaf; near fine.