Cristallerie de Saint-Louis [trade or advertising card].

Title: 
Cristallerie de Saint-Louis [trade or advertising card].

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Author/Artist: 
Cristalleries de Saint Louis, Münzthal St. Louis, Alsace-Lorraine, France.
Publisher: 
Alsace-Lorraine : Cristalleries de Saint Louis, [1924]
Description: 
1 card : col. ill. ; 20 cm.
Other Authors: 
Métivet, Lucien.
Format of Material: 
Trade Catalogs
Bib ID: 
53588
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Location: 
Secured Stacks - Trade Catalogs
Call Number: 
Saint Louis, Cristalleries de
Location: 
Microform / Trade Catalogs
Call Number: 
Cut glass: Saint Louis, Cristalleries de, Münzthal St. Louis, Alsace-Lorraine, Germany (F-8025C)
Notes: 
A colored trade or advertising card from Cristalleries de Saint-Louis. The upper portion of the card shows a woman in a long flowing floral dress holding a tray of glassware. "Lucien Métivet, 1924" appears in the lower right hand corner of this image. The bottom of the card shows 2 (Egyptian?) glassblowers kneeling at an open fire.
Information provided on the card indicates the company was founded in 1767, the glass factory is in Münzthal-St. Louis, Lorraine, and that 2400 workmen are employed.
F-8025C
Originally thought to be part of a [1904] Saint-Louis catalog and microfilmed as such. F-8025C (Bib 136437).
Object/Material Note: 
Published in The Juliette K. and Leonard S. Rakow Research Library [brochure], 2011: 127841, p. [6] (fig. 14).
Published in "A new page for the digital age" within The Gather, fall 2013/winter 2014: AI95662, p. 12 (center right).
Published in "Through the looking glass: a medium-specific collection: the Rakow Library, the Corning Museum of Glass Art" by Gail Bardhan within Art documentation, v. 34, no. 2, fall 2015: AI100693, p. 278.