Object StatementFolio, including trade and building material catalogues (10) and promotional leaflets (6), paper / cloth, Wunderlich Limited, Australia, 1927-1935
Physical DescriptionCatalogues in folio, building materials, paper, Wunderlich Limited, Australia, 1927-1935.
Cloth bound black binder, with studs to longitudinal strip fasteners. Includes trade literature as well as promotional pamphlets concerning Wunderlich building products. There are 16 titles fixed in the binder:
1."Book of Wunderlich Specialties": 24 pgs, dated 1/1/1934, catalog number G83. Includes metal ceilings, sheeting, ventilators,louvres, terracotta tile roofing accessories, Durabestos sheeting, stoneware pipes. Illustrated with stock numbers.
2."A Selection of Wunderlich Ceilings and Other Ornamental Metal Linings", 1933, 32 pags, with illustrations & pattern numbers. Includes pressed metal ceilings, exterior cladding, cornices.
3."Pattern Book - 1935", stamped art metal in steel, galvanised metal, zinc, illustrated, 48 pgs, catalogue number M87, Jan 1935.
4."Colour in Wunderlich Products", catalog M80, 1/1/1933, illustrated, 19 pgs, includes terra cotta, vitreous enamels, name plates, metal ceilings, bricks & brickettes, roofing tiles.
5."Architectural Terra Cotta & Faience", 24 pgs, ills. no date
"Wunderlich Architectural Terra Cotta. Terra Cotta Facades Bulletin T.C. 3," 12/1927. 16 pgs, dealing with commercial terra cotta facades.
6."Wunderlich Architectural Terra Cotta.Terra Cotta Facades Bulletin T.C.3, 12/1927, 16 pgs, dealing with commercial facades.
7."Wunderlich Architectural Terra Cotta in 4 Cities, Bulletin T.C.4", 7/1928,
includes commercial facades in Sydney, Melbourne, Geelong & Adelaide,
especially Dymocks Book Arcade in Sydney. 24 pgs, ills.
8."Wunderlich's Terra Cotta Bulletin T.C.5", dated 2/1929, 16 pages,illus.
9."Wunderlich's Terra Cotta. The Bank Facade of Terra Cotta." Bulletin T.C. 6, 2/1930, deals with Head Office, Government Savings Bank of NSW, Sydney, Castlereagh St & Martin Pl. 24 pgs, ills.
10."Wunderlich's Architectural Terra Cotta; Prize-winning Facades". Bulletin T.C.7, 8 pages. Includes commercial facades: British Medical Assoc Bldg, MacQuarie St Sydney which won the Royal Institute of British Architects Street
Architecture Medal for 1934; University Club building, Philip St Sydney.
Filed in between the bulletins are 6 promotional leaflets: "Wunderlich Building Materials/Walls, ceilings, roofs." Durabestos Homes of Colourful Beauty", "Wunderlivh Durachrome", "Roofs of Tile", "Enamelled Face Bricks", "Colourful Bricks."
MarksLight blue lettering on spine "WUNDERLICH CATALOGUES"