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Identifier: crockeryglassjou78newy
Title: Crockery & glass journal
Year: 1875 (1870s)
Subjects: Pottery Glass Glassware
Publisher: New York : G. Whittemore & Co.
Contributing Library: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign
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Emery HardwareCo., Bradford, Pa. I The Leipzig Fair for the Showing ofCollections of Samples of Porcelains and all Ceramic Goods, Glass, Metal,Leather, Wooden Goods, Baskets, Paper, Japaneseand Chinese Goods, Dolls, Toys, Musical Instru-ments, Jewelry, Soap, Perfumery, Sporting andFancy Goods, Household Utensils of all kinds, aswell as similar goods of every description, begins on Monday, March 2(1,1914. Most of the exhibits will be on view for one weekonly-. Accommodation for visitors during the Fair, may besecured through the Verkehrs Verein, Handels-hof. By Order of The Council of the City of Leipzig. Leipzig, Oct. 25th, 1913. Are You Joining theUptown Movement? AN excellent location in the West Thirties, between Fifth Avenue and Broadway, consisting of store, ticularly suitable for showrooms, ; ad cellar. We will dispose of our lease at a greatreduction in rental—no reasonable offerrefused. Good shipping facilities and finewindow for display. Address Box S?-), this office.

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There is a growing- opinion among: Pittsburgh and glass manufacturers that it is a Vicinity waste of time and money to invest in a lot of new molds for lines that ini:eality are only a gamble for new business whenthey are shown. One of the largest manufacturers inthe country declared to the Crockery and Glass Jour-nal this week that he had begun to see things in a dif-ferent light, and would no more authorize the expendi-ture of a lot of hard cash for molds every fall. I havecome to the conclusion, said he, that when the glassmaker has a new idea worked out, and it appears good,he should place that line or item on the market at once,and not wait for a new season. It is believed that there will be fewer new linesshown at the January exhibit at the Ft. Pitt Hotel thisseason than before. Of course the old lines will bedressed up to some extent, and new pieces will beadded, but long new lines will be few. A Wheeling concern has been awarded the con-tract for the erection of a two-story st

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bookid:crockeryglassjou78newy bookyear:1875 bookdecade:1870 bookcentury:1800 booksubject:Pottery booksubject:Glass booksubject:Glassware bookpublisher:New_York___G__Whittemore___Co_ bookcontributor:University_of_Illinois_Urbana_Champaign booksponsor:University_of_Illinois_Urbana_Champaign bookleafnumber:396 bookcollection:university_of_illinois_urbana-champaign bookcollection:americana

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