Notizbüchel für 1869-1870.

Notizbüchel für 1869-1870.

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Blaschka, Leopold, 1822-1895.
[24] p. ; 21 cm.
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Range 6, Bay 5, Shelf 7, Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka collection, Box 24
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Small blue notebook containing business records organized by month. This may be an order book or a listing of orders shipped.
Includes orders for glass eyes (Augen) for animals (Thieraugen) and probably for people. Includes orders for tubes (Lymphröfner).
This item is in the Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka collection.
Leopold and Rudolf Blaschka collection
Digitized by Boston Photo Imaging April 2013.
Displayed in the exhibition titled "The Blaschka sea creatures : inspiration and creation", held at the Rakow Research Library, May 18-November 9, 2007.
According to Henri Reiling, glass eyes were an important part of the output of the Blaschka Studio during the 1870s. Glass models became the more important product after 1880, but other items such as eyes, tubes and dishes were also sold.
Some names appearing in this book have been researched by Henri Reiling in the later Blaschka business record books. These include Anton Elb, who regularly bought Blaschka's products, probably costume jewelry; Reiling found only a mention of a specific item: brooches.
On p. [19] is a list of Latin terms for sea creatures, ordered by a Mr. Schwabe in Berlin.
On. p. [20] is the name of Dr. Brehm, who was director of the Marine Aquarium in Berlin (presumably Alfred Brehm, director from 1867-1874).
This item is on R-838, item 13.