Company catalog, heavily annotated throughout.
No. 303 toy punch set featuring 1 bowl and 6 cups has handwritten note: Fitted as a jelly bowl, April 21, 1910.
Although this catalog is not dated, it closely resembles the 1917 catalog reprint by FSJ Publishing Co. (TP868.W531 1917r, Bib no. 97529). In comparison, these pages lack only 1 p. that the reprint has; includes 6 p. that are the same except for the arrangment of items on the page; and includes 5 additional pages laid in at the end that the reprint lacks.
CMGL also owns a reduced sized spiral bound photocopy acquired from the Westmoreland Glass Collector's Club in 1992 or 1993 (Bib no. 56841, F-13979T). This copy was microfilmed and filed by fiche number. User should use that microfiche copy.
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in August 2010.
Westmoreland Specialty Company compiled their catalogs by using catalog pages from previous catalogs, removing pages offering items no longer in production and adding new pages for newer items. Pages were 2-hole punched for ease of inserting and removing from a binder.
A compilation of original catalog pages from multiple catalogs as issued. Some pages are numbered (although not arranged as such) most are not.
Some of the more interesting items included in this catalog are a solid glass revolver (gun), a sanitary spoon holder to hold multiple spoons in a vertical position, a reamer and funnel combination, a combination salt and pepper that has a pepper shaker that sits on an open salt, a toy water set that includes 1 jug and 6 tumblers, a toy punch set that includes 1 bowl and 6 cups, measuring cups with lids to measure teaspoon, desert spoon, and table spoon quantities, a wash boiler with a glass top, metal handled decorative jars in "Brunswick", "Isabel" and "Columbus", an egg and cream beater with "Keystone Egg and Cream Beater" embossed on the front, and a salt and pepper shaker patented May 24, 1910. Also match holders, napkin rings, puff boxes, hair receivers, punch bowl sets, biscuit holders, ice tub, spooners, flower bowls, cigarette box, candlesticks, papeweigts, individual salts and celeries, bird seed cups, show jars, and covered animal dishes.