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Wunderlich 'Durabestos Home Catalogue'

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Catalogues (2), 'Durabestos Homes', Wunderlich Limited, Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, 1920

Staple-bound catalogues advertising homes built using Wunderlich's Durabestos asbestos-cement sheeting. The front cover of each catalogue features a coloured illustration by Smith & Julius Studios of country home built using Wunderlich Durabestos sheeting and terra cotta tiles. Inside the catalogues are black and white illustrations showing how design nos. 1-7 looked when installed both inside …

Summary

Object No.

A7437-31/12

Object Statement

Catalogues (2), 'Durabestos Homes', Wunderlich Limited, Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, 1920

Physical Description

Catalogues (2), 'Durabestos Homes', Wunderlich Limited, Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, 1920

Staple-bound catalogues advertising homes built using Wunderlich's Durabestos asbestos-cement sheeting. The front cover of each catalogue features a coloured illustration by Smith & Julius Studios of country home built using Wunderlich Durabestos sheeting and terra cotta tiles. Inside the catalogues are black and white illustrations showing how design nos. 1-7 looked when installed both inside and outside of different homes. The catalogues were printed for Wunderlich by Arthur McQuitty & Co. Wunderlich listed the publication as ZB93.

Cite this Object

Harvard

Wunderlich 'Durabestos Home Catalogue' 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 27 January 2023, <https://ma.as/396436>

Wikipedia

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