Title: 1909 Belding, Paul & Co. Limited Montreal ...
Publisher: Belding, Paul & Co. Limited, Montreal
Publication Date: 1909
Binding: Original wraps
Book Condition: Very good
48 p. 30 cm. Most product illustrations hand drawn, but some photographs. Photograph of company plant on rear cover. In quite nice condition. Illustrated paper covers glued to stapled signature. Tears in hinge. Glue dried front and back. Stickers partially removed from back cover. Pages very clear. This catalogue features women's and girls' wear, along with centrepieces and pillows. Extra attention is given to decorative details. This catalogue predates the company's connection with the Corticelli collection of silk companies. Bookseller Inventory # 106106
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