[Assorted catalog sheets, v.2] / Libbey Glass Company.

[Assorted catalog sheets, v.2] / Libbey Glass Company.
Libbey Glass Company, Toledo, OH, USA, manufacturer.
1 volume (loose pages) : illustrations ; 27 x 31 cm
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Cut glass: Libbey Glass Company, Toledo, OH, USA. (F-16011C)
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"This catalogue no. 111 is the property of the Libbey Glass Co., Toledo, Ohio and loaned to New York Office, 200-5th Avenue"--Label applied to page [2] of cover.
Memo laid in indicates the photographers responsible for the photos were in business between 1917 and 1925.
Catalog pages of photographs mounted on cloth and added to a binder to form a catalog, presumably a working catalog for the company. It includes handwritten notations, prices, item numbers, marked for discontinued items and more.
Accompanied by 2 typed price sheets: Gloria pattern, and Anita pattern.
Small price sheets added for some pages.
Some of the pages have been mutilated; others are portions of pages cut out and pasted onto boards, some are stuck together.
Some of the patterns include Bristol, Gloria, Radiant, Anita, Gem, Vesta, Wisteria (Libbey craft).
Includes cut and engraved tableware: bowls, dishes, compotes, vases, salt and pepper shakers, cologne bottles, handled baskets, pitchers, tumblers, goblets, mayonaise bowls, spoon tray, celery tray, bon bons, nappies, sugar and cream sets, trays, jugs, saucers, oils, covered bon bons, jelly dish, candlesticks, fruit compotes, grape juice bowl, optic glass, colognes with long stoppers, hair receivers, covered puff boxes, oils, individual salts, toothpick holders, knife rests, coasters, almond tray, salad plates, flower centers, ash trays, cigarette boxes, and more.
Loan for digitization Toledo Museum of Art 2016
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging September 2016 from a loan of materials from the Toledo Museum of Art.
Memo laid in dated 7/18/85 appears to be to Ken Wilson from Jane Shadel, regarding a range of dates the photographer L.G. Rose was in business.
F-16011C, 4 sheets. Microfiche only, original catalog loaned for filming.