[New York: Lazarus, Rosenfeld & Lehmann, 1893?].  pages, photographic illustrations. Printed original wrappers with full page illustration of the factory on the rear wrap [minimal dustsoiling, short closed tear and small chip to bottom edge of front wrap], two staples. Very Good.
This catalog features the following vases, some with full page photographic illustrations: The Declaration of Independence, Discovery of Steam Power, The Abolition of Slavery , The Landing of Christopher Columbus 1492, Discovery of the Use of Electricity, Magna Charta, Invention of Gunpowder, The Taking of Bastile, The Battle of Sempach 1386, and Invention of Printing.
A Jewish owned business, Lazarus & Rosenfeld [a/k/a Lazarus, Rosenfeld & Lehmann] was a European ceramics group that founded the Victoria Porcelain Factory at Altrouhlau, Bohemia. The company consisted of Isaac Lazarus and Bertie Rosenfeld, and later Isaac, Sidney, Alfred and Julius Rosenfeld according to Trow's Corporation Directory of 1914. The company was a member of, and contributor to, the United Hebrew Charities of New York City. In 1918, Mr. Rosenfeld chaired a campaign for the relief of Jewish war sufferers in Europe among the local trades, using his past experience as chairman of the Trades Committee in the United War Work campaign. ["Fund for Jewish War Sufferers," THE POTTERY, GLASS & BRASS SALESMAN, VOL. XVIII, NO. 20, December 12, 1918, p.83.]
OCLC attributes publication date to 1893.
OCLC 356291461 , as of April 2019. Item #35619