Trade Catalogue giving numerous specimens of the firm's work. With pricelist.

The City Rubber Stamp Co. ('Established 1878'), Snow Hill Buildings, Holborn Viaduct, London [Victorian Trade Catalogue]
Publication details: 
London: The City Rubber Stamp Co., Snow Hill Buildings, Holborn Viaduct, E.C. No date. [Circa 1890?]
SKU: 7467

8vo (dimensions of leaf roughly 265 x 180 mm): twenty-four unpaginated pages on twelve leaves, with four pages in a bifolium inserted, and a price list printed on one side of a loose leaf. Unbound. Stitched as issued. Good, clean and tight, on lightly-aged paper with a little spotting to the outside pages. The first page, with a small illustration of the building housing the firm's premises, advertises 'Rubber Stamps, Rubber Type, Monograms, Dating Stamps, Trade Marks and Fac-similes of any design or size not shown in this list, made to order at moderate prices.' Every other pages filled with examples of the firm's work, including monograms, and six pages of 'Illustrations of blocks kept in stock.' Also a 'Self-Inking Endorsing Press, On an Improved Principle. Nickel Plated.', 'The "Compass" Self-Inking Box for the Pocket', 'The "Climax" Dater in India Rubber' and 'The New "Automaton" Self-Inking Pocket Pencil Stamp in India Rubber'. The price list is undated, keying the prices to the numbers of the items in the catalogue.