Pages 29-30, 111-112 mutilated p. 81-82 missing.
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging in August 2010.
Glassware includes puff boxes, round cigarette boxes, vases, hair receivers, jugs, bowls, plates, tobacco jar, sponge cups, ice tubs, syrups, finger bowls, toothpicks, coasters, tumblers (some with covers, p. 11), tumble ups, desk sets, smoking accessories, sugars and creams, spooners, napkin rings, match holders, individual celery holders, salts and peppers, water bottles, pickle jars, condiment sets, oils and vinegars, punch bowls, butter tubs, urns, knife rests, ladles, fruit knife, salad fork, salad spoons, ash trays, fish bowls, handled baskets, candlesticks, cologne and toilet bottles, flower blocks (flower frogs), stands for flower bowls, salve boxes, individual salts, auto vases, lemon reamer and pitcher, sanitary spoon holder, glass revolver (p. 121), toy berry and condiment sets (p. 121), eye cups, measuring cups, toy punch bowl (p. 124), bird seed cups, paperweights, bird baths, 1820 Juvenile set (p. 134-135), wall vases, manicure tray, and more.
Index in front.
One catalog page (p. 3) from a different catalog featuring "Sterling pattern" laid in at end.
Catalog has 127 pages, then a yellow "Supplement" sheet bound in, followed by p. 128-143 and 4 pages with no numbers.
Catalog previously owned by J. Stanley Brothers and includes his handwritten notes on some pages.
Vases that can be converted into candlesticks by inserting a candle adaptor in the top, p. 67.