New York: Bartlett & Company, The Orr Press, circa 1896. Octavo (20.5 x 14 cm.), 97 pages. Date derived from Water Street address on title page. Extensively illustrated. An extensively illustrated trade catalogue of heating furnaces and cooking ranges. Before the 1830s, gravity hot-air furnaces were produced according to the specifications of individual buildings. The first mass-market manufacturer in the United States was Richardson & Boynton, established in 1837 (and.....
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Lyon: Brachet & Richard; [Imprimerie Leon Sezanne, [circa 1935]. Velour, post-bound catalogue (21.5 x 17 cm.), unpaginated. Illustrated. Printed throughout in red and black. FIRST EDITION. Trade catalogue of gas and coal stoves and heating appliances. Attractive, Art Deco-style design throughout, with red velour stiff wrappers, debased and titled in gold. Unrecorded. [OCLC locates no copies].