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A7437-31/2/12/1 Catalogue page, page 1 and front cover of 'The Wunderlich Manufactures 1906 Edition Catalogue - Section 1 Steel Manufactures', Wunderlich Limited, Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, 1 February 1906. Click to enlarge.

Front cover from catalogue of Wunderlich 'Steel Manufactures'

Made
By 1903 a great increase in the demand for Wunderlich products led to a corresponding increase in the number of patterns they provided and this inturn led to the first dividing of a catalogue into supplements. By1906 it had again increased the number of designs it offered and this necessitated updating Section 1 'Steel Material' of the 1903 catalogue to account for these new patterns.

These new patterns were originated by Australian artists in Australia and were copyrighted to the Wunderlich …

Summary

Object No.

A7437-31/2/12/1

Object Statement

Catalogue page, page 1 and front cover of 'The Wunderlich Manufactures 1906 Edition Catalogue - Section 1 Steel Manufactures', Wunderlich Limited, Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, 1 February 1906

Physical Description

Catalogue page, page 1 and front cover of 'The Wunderlich Manufactures 1906 Edition Catalogue - Section 1 Steel Manufactures', Wunderlich Limited, Redfern, New South Wales, Australia, 1 February 1906

Dimensions

Height

230 mm

Width

305 mm

Cite this Object

Harvard

Front cover from catalogue of Wunderlich 'Steel Manufactures' 2022, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 27 January 2023, <https://ma.as/403169>

Wikipedia

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