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A7437-31/2/3/1 Catalogue page, front cover of 'Illustrated Catalogue (edition 1899) of Wunderlich's Patent Embossed Metal Ceilings (Zinc or Steel), and every kind of Embossed Metal Ornaments for Architectural Purposes', Wunderlich Limited, Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, February 1899. Click to enlarge.

Front cover from catalogue of Wunderlich 'Patent Embossed Metal Ceilings'

Made
This Wunderlich Catalogue has a brief preface containing a history of the company's ceilings and clarifying that the company is Australian owned and that its products are made in Australia. It also contains instructions for ordering ceilings and images of cornices; Ceiling mouldings and bosses; wall ventilators; capitals, Columns, plasters; ceiling designs, and windows finials and roofing tiles.

While 1888 is best remembered as Australia's Centenary it was also an important date for the new …

Summary

Object No.

A7437-31/2/3/1

Object Statement

Catalogue page, front cover of 'Illustrated Catalogue (edition 1899) of Wunderlich's Patent Embossed Metal Ceilings (Zinc or Steel), and every kind of Embossed Metal Ornaments for Architectural Purposes', Wunderlich Limited, Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, February 1899

Physical Description

Catalogue page, front cover of 'Illustrated Catalogue (edition 1899) of Wunderlich's Patent Embossed Metal Ceilings, (Zinc or Steel), and every kind of Embossed Metal Ornaments for Architectural Purposes', Wunderlich Limited, Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, February 1899

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Front cover from catalogue of Wunderlich 'Patent Embossed Metal Ceilings' 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 27 January 2023, <https://ma.as/402382>

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