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Over a half century of quality production. The Zangerle & Peterson Co. . . [Five catalogues for the Spring Line of furniture frames for upholstered furniture].


Published by The Zangerle & Peterson Co., 2164 Clybourn Ave., [1931]., Chicago, IL:, 1931
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Five vols. Oblong 4to. 47; 32; 35; 26; 25 leaves including title leaves, with over 400 individual furniture designs. Printed & embossed softocovers, yapp edges, lozenge illustration on front covers of over-stuffed living room chair, black lettering in script, bound with brass brads at gutter margin so designs can easily be added and removed (minor soiling, edgewear, some creasing, chipping to foot of spine of one vol, minor bumping to corners), still VG- set, w/ Price list dated 1931, and 6 original pencil sketch designs for wood turned bowls & lamps on large folding sheets of paper. First editions of these exceptionally scarce catalogue illustrating Zangerle & Peterson's most complete line of up-to-date furniture frames produced in 1930 and 1931 for upholstered furniture. The company devoted most of their production to living room, or parlor furnishings, usually including sets of armchairs, chairs, loveseats, rockers, and large settees, or couches. Styling influences included Art Deco, Arts & Crafts, Victorian, European Moderne, Louis XV, Charles II, Queen Anne, Wingbacks, and much more. The company was founded in 1892 by Joseph Zangerle (1847-1910), and George Peterson (1882-1933), and after Joseph's death was run by Zangerle's younger brother Albert (1873-1942), and his son Arthur (1882-1959). Bookseller Inventory # 48316

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Title: Over a half century of quality production. ...

Publisher: The Zangerle & Peterson Co., 2164 Clybourn Ave., [1931]., Chicago, IL:

Publication Date: 1931

Binding: Hardcover

Edition: 1st Edition

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