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Product Catalogue - John Danks & Son, Stoves, Portable Furnaces & Coppers, circa 1900 TradeLiterature Reg. No: TL 003030

Summary:
16 page booklet promoting household appliances sold by John Danks & Son Pty Ltd stores in Melbourne and Sydney. The booklet was printed by Gibbs Brothers Printers Melbourne.

The products advertised, with prices attached, include solid fuel stoves, portable furnaces, copper boilers and water heaters.

Danks product departments included Brushware and Leather Goods; Builder's Hardware; Domestic Hardware; Electric Fittings; Engineers' and Plumbers'; Gasfitting; Heating and Ventilation; Irrigation; Kerosene Lamps; Motor Accessories; Pipes and Fittings; Plating; Sanitary Ware; Silver Plate and Glassware; and Tools.
Description:
16 page booklet, with grey cardboard cover. Front cover features line drawing of a woman standing at a Lux stove. Back cover features a list of departments at the stores.
Acquisition Information:
Unknown from Unknown
Discipline: Trade Literature
Dimensions: 18.5 mm (Height), 12.5 mm (Width)

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Tagged with: advertising, cooking, copper boilers, laundry equipment, marketing, retailing, slow combustion stoves, stoves, futon swing
Themes this item is part of: Domestic & Community Life Collection, Trade Literature Collection
Primary Classification: DOMESTIC LIFE
Secondary Classification: Cooking
Tertiary Classification: stoves & ovens - miscellaneous
Primary Subject: Slow Combustion Stoves
Publication Date: 1900 circa
Cover Title: 'JOHN DANKS AND SON PTY LTD ... STOVES ... PORTABLE FURNACES, COPPERS ...'
Publication Types: Specific Product Catalogue; Price List
Printing Types: Monochrome
Illustration Types: Line Drawings; Instructional Drawings; Black & White
Page Size Format: 180 x 120 mm
Number of Pages: 16
Manufacturer/Distributor: John Danks & Son Pty Ltd

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