Image from page 583 of “The World almanac and encyclopedia” (1899)

Image from page 583 of “The World almanac and encyclopedia” (1899)

A few nice china box mold images I found:

Image from page 583 of “The World almanac and encyclopedia” (1899)
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Title: The World almanac and encyclopedia
Year: 1899 (1890s)
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Subjects: Almanacs, American Statistics
Publisher: New York : Press Pub. Co. (The New York World)
Contributing Library: Boston Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Boston Public Library

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RITTEN GUARANTEE* •..••.•nexSnCxCx*-**-**-** Send for FREE book to ..QUENCER.. 400 WEST 57th STREET, NEW YORK. Hive your drtsggist order 5t for yott.663 ^**^ •^-^^•*- uiii^fnijininjiuf jimwi^^wwwwww*«i P^a^^wgww^Hiiwvw^jMg;.^;^-^^^^ rrn~ ill-iirgiriiininiiriiwi imiiigmn i i. i .. ij^uiiin. TELEPHONE yiBr-Sm. STR^T, PETER KELLER f MASON AND BUILDER. :SK JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO- OFFICE, 257 WEST 42d STREET,NE YORK. F. W» DEVOE & CO/S Artists Tube Colors. CANVAS, ACADEMY BOARDS, FINE BRUSHESfor OIL and WATER-COLOR PAINTING, etc The Standard Quality/ Fill youf sketch box with F. W. Devoc & Co/sTube Colors* F. W# Devoe & Co/s Colors are g^round jto that consistency desired by professional artists* Supplies for • •« CHINA PAINTING, MODELING, ETCHING, PEN-AND-INK DRAWING. PYROGRAPHY, RiINIATURE PAINT-ING. EVERYTHING IN ARTISTS MATERIALS.PAINTS AND VARNISHES. *^ *^ Send for Catalogue* J* j* Fulton St.. cor. William, 176 Randolph St., NEW YORX 6e4 CHICAGO.

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■»<W^l<Wf^lW^ ; NBW YORK, 1828, NEW TORK, 1899, ESTABLISHED 74 YEARS. THADDEUS DAVIDS CO.; MANUFACTURSRS OF Writing Fluids f COPYING INKS, 8BAI4ING WAX, INDELIBLE INK, MUCILAGE, RVBBER STAMP INK, WAFERS,LETTERINE or SHOW CARD INK, ETC. OUR WRITING FLUIDS ARE USED BY The World, United States Government Departments, Public Schools of New York and Brooklyn, Adams, American, and Wells, Fargo Express Cos., Western Union Tele- j graph Co., Penn. R.R., N. Y., L. E. & Was. R.R., Del., Lac. & Wes, R.R., Postal j Telegraph Cable Co., and other Large Concerns too numerous to mention. Address: i THADDEUS DAVIDS CO., new york,n.y. THE WORLD HMOULDlNGSDRYiNGBLflNKETS SUPPLIED BY HENRY R. HALLETT, 465 Bourse Building, PHILADELPHIA, PA.Matrix Paper, Moulding Blankets, Stereo. Tissue, Drying Blankets. Warehouse, 134 Pearl St. Telephone, i283 Broad, SAMUEL LEWIS, Housefumishing Specialties For Hotels, Clubs, and Institutions, Anything and everything in the supply line from a dust panto

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Image from page 474 of “The Century cook book : with a new supplement of one hundred receipts of especial excellence” (1909)
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Identifier: cu31924086757774
Title: The Century cook book : with a new supplement of one hundred receipts of especial excellence
Year: 1909 (1900s)
Authors: Ronald, Mary, 1844-1903
Subjects: Cookery, American cbk
Publisher: New York : Century co.
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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arians, cornstarch,etc.; Nos. 3 and 4, ring molds. Illustration No. 3.—No. 1, jelly mold packed in iceready to be filled; No. 2, smaller mold to fit insidefor double molding. niustration No. 4.—Pastry bag and tubes. Illustration No. 5.—Paper for filtering fruit juices. Illustration No. 6.—No. 1, lace papers to use undercake, puddings, jellies, individual creams, bonbons,etc.; also for timbales; No. 2, paper boxes and chinacups to use for individual souffles, biscuits, glaceoranges and grapes, creamed strawberries, and cher-ries; also for creamed chicken, and fish, salpicon, etc. The china cups are useful for the latter purposes. The rectangular paper boxes are easily made. Forboxes SJxlf inches, cut heavy unruled writing paperinto pieces 5|x7i inches; fold down an edge twoinches wide all around; fold it back again on itself,giving a border one inch broad. Cut the comers atthe black line, as shown in diagram, and fold the boxtogether. The ends will fit under the folds, and hold

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EGG WHIPS No. 1. 1. Dover Beater.a. Wire Spoon. Wire WtaprDaisy Beater.

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Image from page 839 of “Automotive industries” (1899)

Image from page 839 of “Automotive industries” (1899)

A few nice automotive tooling made in china images I found:

Image from page 839 of “Automotive industries” (1899)
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Identifier: automotiveindust44phil
Title: Automotive industries
Year: 1899 (1890s)
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Subjects: Automobiles Aeronautics
Publisher: Philadelphia [etc.] Chilton [etc.]
Contributing Library: Engineering – University of Toronto
Digitizing Sponsor: University of Toronto

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the spindles, are provided with specialmeans of lubrication, so they will not become flooded. In chucking the cylinder block, use is made of a clampwith double bearing, which simplifies the handling.Machining the top and bottom of the four-cylinder block,as shown in the illustration, is accomplished at the rateof 25 per hour, in regular operation, we are assured.The rate of production in milling the end surfaces of thecylinder block, as shown in the other cut, is 35 per hour. The advantages claimed for the method of cylindermachining here illustrated are that much floor space andmuch labor cost are saved. The machines are manufac-tured by the Newton Machine Tool Co. THE announcement is made by the Secretary of the(.British) Department of Scientific and IndustrialResearch that the Research Association for the Cast Ironand Allied Industries has been approved by the Depart-ment as complying with the conditions laid down in theGovernment scheme for the encouragement of industrialresearch.

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Facing top and bottom of engine block Facing ends of engine block April li, 1921 AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRIES THE AUTOMOBILE 819 Exports of Automobiles and Tires for February, 1921 Azores and Made: Bulgaria Denmark … Finland France Iceland and Fa Italy Malta. Gozo, el Netherlands Spain SwitzerlandTurkey in Europe England ScotlandIreland Jamaica Trinidad and Tobago Other British West Indies Cuba Virgin Islands of United Slates Dutch West Indies French West Indies H. Dominican Republic British GuiDutch GuiiParaguay Aden China k* aniline British India Straits Settlements Other British East Indies . Dutch East Indies French Indo China Hongkong Other OceaniaPhilippine Islands Africa:Belgian KongoBritish West AfricaBritish South AfricaBritish East AfricaCanary Islands French Africa Kamerun. etc.MadagascarMorocco Total 622 11.072,696 1.864203,153 18.007I5!395 175,SOI : 046 18,588 17,400 0,95715,665118 (93 615 26.729 i i 289 26!575 24,1984.8877.7595,490 32,9102,200 19,9812,7007,0003,74432,51516,15

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