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The Wunderlich pattern book : illustrating the complete range of designs in stamped art metal available from stock

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Title

The Wunderlich pattern book : illustrating the complete range of designs in stamped art metal available from stock

Date

1935

Description

Includes illustrations of, and pattern numbers for - Contemporary art patterns; Damask patterns; Modern art patterns; Moulded and Adam type designs; Beaded sheetings; Diapers; Panellings; Shallow panels; Deep panels; Filler panellings; Insert panels; Dado panels; Borders, friezes, and soffits; Soffits, Border sheetings; Mouldings; Plain steel cornices; Contemporary art cornices; Enriched steel cornices; Galvanised awning fascias; Galvanised sheetings; Centreflowers; Centreflowers and pendants; Rosettes and ventilating panels; Hip rolls and crestings; Acroteria, crockets, gargoyles, and heads; Overdoors, spandrils, pediments, etc.; Overdoors, scrolls, swags, etc.; Zinc cornices; Zinc soffits and friezes; Capitals in zinc, copper or bronze; Consoles in zinc, copper or bronze; Stamped and cast ventilators; Ventilating friezes and sheetings; Cast ventilators; Shields, statuary fountains, etc. Followed by instructions for fixing ceilings, dados and wall linings, and information on Glazing bars.
Catalogue M.87 - January, 1935. -- page 1.
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Original held in Deakin University Library Special Collection - Pamphlet Collection.

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Publisher

Wunderlich Limited
Redfern, NSW

Rights

Public Domain Mark
This work is free of known copyright restrictions.

Format

48 pages : illustrations, plans ; 29 cm

Language

eng

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Wunderlich Limited, “The Wunderlich pattern book : illustrating the complete range of designs in stamped art metal available from stock,” Fusion: Deakin Exhibits Online, accessed August 4, 2021, https://fusion.deakin.edu.au/items/show/1318.

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