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Full text of "George H. Tay"

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George H. Tay & Co. 




OICKICE; AND FACTORY, 

610, 612, 614, 616, 618 & 620 Battery St. 
san francisco, cal. 



PAYOT, UPHAM & CO.. PRINT, S. F. 



George H. Tay & Co. 



MANUFACTURERS OF 



ST0VES1HRANGES 




PROPRIETORS OF 



The Sunset Stove Foundry. 



A FULL STOCK OF 



Plumb Ers' Supplies and Granite Ware, 



DESCRIPTION OF SECTIONS, 



SEE INDEX AT END OF BOOK. 



PAGES 



Deep Stamped Ware, Plain and Retinned 5 to 26 

Shallow Stamped Ware 27 to 30 

Spoons 31 to 32 

Stamped Trimmings 33 to 39 

Tinners' Supplies 41 to 66 

Brass and Copper Ware 67 to 72 

Hotel Ware 73 to 78 

Pieced Tin Ware 79 to 96 

Japanned Ware 99 to 114 

Galvanized and Black Ironware 115 to 127 

Cast Hollow Ware 129 to 140 

House-Furnishing Hardware 143 to 156 

Tinners' Tools and Machines 157 to 179 

Tables and Receipts 180 to 182 

Index 183 to 187 



E)eep <^£ampeiL ©y/are. 



PLAIN AND RE-TINNED. 




Qts. Inside 
Boiler. 



Dozen, 



Boilers— Milk or Rice, 

Inside Boiler Seamless. 
Re-tinned. 
13 3 4 5 
1 IX IK 2 3 



25.00 30.00 33.75 38.76 43.75 62.25 




Boilers— Milk or Rice. 

Outside and Inside Vessels Seamless. 
Re-tinned. 
Nos. 53 53 54 56 

Qts. Inside Boiler, 12 3 4 

Dozen, 26.00 32 60 40.00 50.00 




Bowls— 'Wash. 

Without Rings. 

IO, Plain, Nos. OlO 030 031 035 040 

Inches 10 lO'i 11* 12« 12* 

Feet Fast, dozen 2.70 3.15 3.56 4.00 4.40 

Feet Loose, •' 2.00 2.40 2.70 3.15 3.66 

IX, Main, Nos. IOO 300 300 350 400 

Inches, 10 10 H 1W 12X 12!i 

Feet Fast, dozen 3.20 3.05 4 40 4.85 5.25 

Feet Loose, " 2.60 2.90 3 66 4.00 4.40 



Deep Stumped 
Ware. 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Bowls— 'Wash. 

Nos. 5JS 6 e% » 7H 8 

Inches, 9 10 10*s 11% 12« 13 

1C, Plain, dozen, 1.45 1.65 2.00 2.30 2.00 2.90 

^thKtogs, e aoz.f 2 - 30 2.60 2.90 3.35 3.75 4.25 

Nos. 12 13 14 IS 1G 17 

Inches, 10 103S 11% 12is 13 14 

IX, Plain, dozen 2.10 2.40 2.70 3.15 3.65 5.40 

StthHtoSft*} 2.90 3.35 4.00 4.40 5.25 7.10 

For rings on plain bowls add .30 per doz. to list. 



Bowls— Dipper. 
PintB, 1-3 1 a 4 6 

Inches, 4^x1% 4%x2Jg 5^x2J$ 63£x2% 6Jslx3 
Plain, I 
dozen, j 
Be-tinned 1 
dozen, ( 



.60 


.70 


1.05 


1.25 


1.70 


.90 


1.10 


1.45 


1,90 


2.30 




Bread Raisers. 

RE-TINNED. 

With Ventilated Covers. 
Qnatts, 10 14 IT 81 

Dozen, 32.60 37.50 42.50 47.50 



Covers— Saucepan. 

Beaded, Re-tinned. (With Rings.) 

Nob. 9 10 18 14 16 

Inch. Inside of) . .,, K3 . „ RU 

Flange, } i 4 * 5Si 6 6H 

Dozen, .95 1.15 1.45 1.70 2.00 

Nos. IS 20 32 84 86 

InC FlSge d , e ° f } 7« . 8 8« 9 10!* 

Dozen, ' 2.20 2.50 2.70 2.90 3.35 

Nos. 88 30 38 36 

Inch, Inside of 1 .. .« 193/ -u 

Flange, ) U " "* " 

Dozen, 3.75 5.40 6.00 6.75 





DEEP STAMPED WARE. 


7 






Cullenders. 








Re-tinned. 






«EtQ Nos. 


103 104 20.-, 306 


40T 


^E 


Hk Inches, Ti3 9kx3 10>sx3.v. 11x4 

Sf "l^'f! 3 - 35 44 ° 4 -'° 5 - 25 
#. D °L't, fee '!*- 00 4 - 80 5 ' 40 6 - 25 


13iix4)!i 

6.25 

7.30 




We always send feet loose, when not other- 




wise ordered. 








■ — *" Cullenders, 




— * 




French— Be-tinned. 






Sm Nos. 


10 18 14 1G 


18 


>8fc. 


&W Inch, 


5x2 J« 6x2 S£ 0J4x3>« 7x33$ 


8x3 '4 




^F Dozen, 


4.05 5.10 6.16 7.05 


8.10 




Nos. 


20 aa 84 


86 




Inch, 


8*x4!< 93$x41£ 93ix4S3 


11x6 




Dozen, 


9.15 10.30 12.45 


14.26 






Cups- Muffin. 




dfl 


H Nos. 


07 


OS 


Wf 


Br ^ch' 


3x154 


4x1 s , 


lut 


** Dozen, 


plain, .65 


1.20 




" 


re-tinned, 1.35 


1.65 






Cups— Muffin. 




IV 


fc N08. 


04 


05 


ri 


/ IMh ' 


3x1 


3«xlX 


VJB 


^ Dozen, 


plain, .40 


.45 




" 


re-tinned .90 


1.05 






Cups— Drinking. 






'^' 


Re-tinned. 






"^f Nos. 


OS 09 010 


011 


\bfc 


jl^r Inch, 


4x1% 4KX2W 4>Sx2X 


4Xx2 % 




Dozen, 


1.26 1.45 1 70 


2.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Caps— Drinking. 

Re-Tinned. 
Nos. 14 15 1C 17 

Inches, 3!«;x2 35ix2% 4x2% i'/ix2% 

Dozen, 1.66 1.80 2.10 2.30 






Cups 


-California 






Re-tinned. 




Nob. 




a 


4 


Pints, 




l 


2 


Inches, 




43Sx2« 


6^x2 !G 


Dozen, 




1.90 


2.20 




Dippers— Water. 



Size, pints, ^12 4 6 

Plain, dozen, 1.10 1.35 1.70 2.10 2.60 

Re-tinned, dozen 1.45 1.70 2.10 2.60 3.1S 




Dippers. 

Re-tinned. 

51 

4x2 a 
2.50 



151 

4x2 a 
2.70 



DEEP STAMPED WARE. 9 




Dippers— Laundry, 




BB-xnimD. 


^m^^ N °' 


SO 


B^^p*"^ Quarts, 


3 


Inch, 


6>!Sx4 


Dozen, 


9.45 




Forks— Flesh, 




RE-TINNED. 


* > Joo", 


13 15 18 20 22 24 


^^s****^ 2-Prong, dozen 2.80 2.50 2.90 3.75 5.00 6.25 


^^^v Inc h, 


13 15 18 20 22 24 


3-Prong, " 


2.70 3.16 3.75 4.20 5.75 7.00 




Forks Flesh, 




Re-tinned, Wood Handles. 


— liT»^gS 


^§? Inch, 13 16 




2-prong, dozen 3.00 3.30 




3-prong, " 8,60 3.90 




Handles— D ipper, 




Borons, 


^^^pP Sizes, pints, 


a 1 2 4 6 e 


^^^^ Inch, 


9« 9H 10 11 11K 14 


[# Dozen, 


.52 ,62 .62 .57 .73 .94 



10 


GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 


/CSS. 




Kettles-Tea. 




Flat Copper Bottom. Re-tinned. 


V^Biiljllfl 


Nos. 11G 118 130 133 124 13G 138 

\ Diam. of I 

; bottom in! 7 1% 8}i 9 10 11 12 
y Inches, ) 

' Quarts, Ik 2k 3 4 5 7 9 
Dozen, 20.00 21.25 23.75 25.85 30.00 33.75 37.50 




Kettles 


—Lipped, Preserving. 




With Back Handles. Re-tinned. 


fST 7 ^ 


Nob. 140 
3) Quarts, Ik 
fj Inches, 654x3 k 
f Dozen, 4.30 


160 180 300 330 

2 2k 3 4 
7x3k 734x3k 8kx334 9x4 
4.60 6.00 6.40 6.25 


i|J !j jn 


' Nos. 340 
Quarts, 5 
Inches, 934x4J4 
Dozen, 7.10 


360 280 300 320 

6 7& 10 12 
11x5 1134x5k 12l£x5M 13x534 
8.35 9.60 10.85 17.25 




Kettles 


— " 'Windsor "—Covered. 

Re -tinned. 


jf*?^^-' 


sj Nos. 412 
B Quarts, 1 
Winches, 5kx3 
■ Dozen, 7.80 


414 416 418 420 

ik 2 2k 3k 

6kx334 7kx3>/5 8x4 834x4 
8.85 11.10 12.90 15.15 


^L_j^ 


1 Nos. 423 
p Quarts, 4Vi 
Inches, 9kx4 
Dozen, 16.50 


424 426 428 430 

Hi 6k 8 10 
10x4J£ 103JX5 H!4x6y 12kx61J 
18.30 21.00 22.35 25.05 




Kettles 


—Seamless—* Convex." 




Covered. He-tinned. 


^flfci 


1 Nos. 200 

/ Quarts, k 
J Inches, 4'.,x3 
[ Dozen, 8.10 


201 302 303 304 

12 3 4 
434x4 6x4>4 7x5 8kx5!4 
12.16 20.25 24.30 28.35 






' Nos. 306 
Quarts, 6 
Inches, 9^x634 
Dozen, 32.40 


308 312 214 218 

8 12 14 18 
10«x7« 1134x8 12«i834 12k*9k 
40.50 48.60 59 40 64.80 



DEEP STAMPED WARE. 11 




^V Kettles-Seamless-" Berlin." 






CoVEBED. RK-TINNBD. 


£} ^ Nos. 


oa 03 0* 0« OS 




<] Quarts, 


12 3 6 7 




C Inch, 


6i3 7x3!« 84U4 9x5 10x5)$ 


W_ 


W Dozen, 


13.20 1C.20 20.25 24.30 28.35 




^& 


Ladles— Soup. 




<T 


Re-tinned, Wood Handle. 


s 


Nob. 


39 30 


~^y 


Inch, 


SH i 


v»J* 


Dozen, 


2.40 2.70 




/> 


Ladles— Soup, 


/ 




Fobqed Handles, Re-tinned. 


/ 


Nos. 


139 140 141 


mJ 


inch, 


3i£ 3Ji 4« 


^Sf 


Dozen, 


1.45 1.65 1.80 




y 


Ladles, 




X 


Flat Handles, Re-tinned. 


-/ 


" Nos. 
Inob, 
Dozen, 


8 9 10 

SMxlJi S%xlH 3!ixl« 
1.90 2.10 2.30 


w 


Noa. 
Inch, 
Dozen, 


11 13 13 

45;xHi 4?ix2 5!/ B x2 
2.60 2.90 3.35 






Ladles, 




<^r Flat-Handled, Re-tinned, Pierced. 


m*S 


^^ Nos. 
Inch, 
Dozen, 


8 9 10 

8!4xB; 3«ixl^ 3%xl« 
2.00 2.20 2.40 


^gj 


Nos. 
Inch, 
Dozen, 


11 13 13 

i%xl% 4SU2 6;/»x2 
2.60 3.00 3.45 



Deep 8tampeo 
Ware. 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 






Ladles, 






Re-tinned, 


Wood Handle. 


Kos. 
Inch, 
Dozen, 


20 

834x133 
2.60 


ai 

3«xl« 
2.70 


22 
3J",xl« 
■ 2.90 


Nob. 
Inch, 
Dozen, 


23 

434x134 
3.15 


24 
434x2 
3.35 


25 
5K»x2 
3.75 




Mob. 
Inch, 
Dozen, 



Ladles— Navy, 

Half Oval Handles. 

12 S 

634x234 6x23j 734x331 

7.60 9.00 16.00 




Ladles— Planters', 

Re-tinned, Extra Heavy. 



500 

5 
11x534 
4.50 




Molds-Cake, 

Octagon, Tubed, Re-tinned. 

Nob. 72 73 74 75 76 

Quarts, 2 3 4 5 6 

Inch, 8Kx2K 834x334 9S4x3'/ 2 10x3% 11x3% 

Dozen, 5.00 5.40 6.26 7.10 7.90 



Molds— Cake, 

Turban, Tubed, Re-tinned. 

Nob. 86 87 88 89 90 

Quarts, 2 3 4 5 6 

Inch, 8&X3 834x834 934x834 103jx3« 1134x334 

Dozen, 4.40 5 40 6.25 6.86 7.50 





DEEP STAMPED WARE. 


13 






Mold*— Cake, 




gan 


?S* 


Tcrk's Head, Tdbed, Re-tinned. 


"S,^—— 


jr •»»■ 


61 i;i-. 68 63 


64 


«S 


V Quarts, 


2 3 4 6 


6 


-Vl^ 


^ Inch. 


7!<x3?i 8x3* 854x3^ 9Xx 


11x4 Vi 




Dozen, 


6.00 6.26 7.60 8.76 


10.00 






Molds-Cake, 






Extra Deep, Round-Tubed, Re-tinned. 


( C"^i~ 


9fe Nos - 

■■ Quarts, 
HF Inch, 
K/ Dozen, 


41 43 

1 2 

7x2k 8)4x3 
2.70 3.66 


43 

3 

9x3 ii 
4.40 




Nos. 
Quarts, 
Inch, 
Dozen, 


44 45 

4 6 
10X3& 10Tix8>6 
6.40 6.46 


46 

6 

1154 x3J4 

7.60 






Molds— Cake, 








Shallow, Tubed, Re-tinnee 


. 






31 33 

1 2 

6!jxl5i 8«x2!< 

2.00 2.80 


33 

3 

9i£x2 a 

3.36 


* ~~ r ~ 


-^^E) QuartB, 
'zgjS' Inch, 
^V Dozen, 




5" .a 

3 5 

1 


34 35 

4 6 
llx25| 1UJX25S 
4.20 4.80 


36 

6 

12Jjx2« 

6.40 






Molds-Cake, 




«$Hffli 


& 


Scalloped. 




^fittl 


7 Inch, 


8 


10 




Tubed, 


dozen, 1,46 


1.90 




No Tubs, " 1.20 


1.66 






Molds-Jelly, 








Rimmed. 




*si=Z3 


tm Pints, 


a a 1 


154 


Will ill' 


mm Dozen, 


6.76 9.00 12.00 


16.00 




Pints, 


2 3 4 


6 




Dozen, 


18.00 21.00 26.60 


30.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Molds-Jelly, 

New Style. 
H 1 1» 

3.45 4.20 4.80 




Molds— Melon, 

Oval, Re-tinned. 
3 4 5 G 8 

2 3 3H 4 7 

17.25 18.75 20.25 22.60 24.75 






Pails- 


-Water. 






Seamless, 


Re-tinned. 




Nos 

Gallons, 
Inch. 
Doz. 


8 

2 

10!<xe« 

21.60 


115«i7« 
25.05 


9 

3 

12«x8« 
30.45 


Nos. 

Gallons, 

Inch, 

Doz. 


10 

4 

13^x834 

34.06 


11 

6 

1434x9 

39.90 


13 

8 

1634x10 

66.35 




Pans— Sauce, 

Extra-Strong, Straight, Re-tinned. 



Nos. 10 18 

Quarts, 34 1 

Inch, 454x3 5J4x8i£ 

Doz, 7.60 9.00 



Nos. ao 

Quarts, 336 

Inch, 8J<.x4« 

Doz. 19.50 

Nos. as 

Quarts, 8 
Inch, 11!«5;$ 

Doz. 34.60 



14 

13* 

6x33$ 
10.50 



aa 

4« 
934x434 
22.60 

30 

10 

1234x53$ 
40.50 



16 18 

2 2J$ 

634x334 734x4 

13.60 16.50 



34 

63$ 
10x5 
26.50 

3a 

12 

13x651 
18.00 



26 

63$ 

1034x5 
28.50 

36 

14 

1434x6 

60.00 



DEEP STAMPED WARE. 



Fans— Sauce, 

Light, Lipped, Re-tin^-ed. 

Nos. 0» 010 012 014 016 018 

Qanrts, H 1 1)4 2 255 

Inch, 45«x2 5x25, Gx2M 6!4x31S 7x854 8x3S$ 

Doz. 2.10 2.30 2.70 3 25 3.85 4. SO 




Nos, 020 022 021 026 028 

Quarts, 3 4 6 6 "IX 

loch, 8>4i4 9x* 10x45J 11x5 1151x5 

Doz. 6.20 6.05 6.85 7.90 9.15 




Pans— Sauce, 

'Windsor," Covered, Re-tinned. 



Nos. 112 111 116 118 

'.marls. 1 15S 2 2J4 

Inch, 6)4x3 6%x35$ 755x35; 8x4 

Dcz. 7.80 8.85 11.10 12.90 

Nos. 122 124 126 128 

Quarts, 45S 6X GX 8 

Inch, 953x4 lOxlij lOijxS ll!ix5% 

Doz. 16.60 18.30 21.00 22.35 



120 

355 

854X4 
15.15 

130 

10 
1254x554 

25.05 




Pans— Sauce, 

Seamless, " Convex," 
Covered, Re-tinned. 



Nos. 100 
Quarts, J4 

Inch, 4' x:i 

Doz. 8.10 



Nos. 


104 


Quarts, 


4 


Inch, 


85ix55£ 


Doz. 


28.35 



102 

2 
6x4 H 
20.25 



106 
6 

95ix65J 
32.40 



7x5 
24.30 



105ix75i 
40.50 




Pans— Sauce, 

Seamless, " Berlin," 

Covered, Re-tinned. 

02 03 04 06 08 

12 3 5 7 

0x3 7x3 ii 85<x4 9x6 10x5 % 

13.20 10.20 20.2S 24.30 28.35 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Pans— S hallo w Stew, 

PLAIN. 



Quarts, 

Inch, 

Doz. 


H 
6x158 
1.65 


1 Kb 

654x154 75<x2 
1.90 2.10 


2 

834x2!4 
2.50 


Quarts, 

Inch, 

Doz. 


3 

9J8X25S 

2.76 


4 6 

1034x258 1158x2% 

3.36 3.76 


6 

123JX234 

4.20 




Pans— Dairy, 






IC, Straight, Plain. 




Quarts, 

Inch, 

Doz. 


H 
5'Axir, 

.76 


H 1 IX 2 
6x138 7x1% 755x134 8«x2 
.85 1.05 1.25 1.40 


Quarts, 

Inch, 

Doz. 


3 

9«x2J< 
1.70 


3X 4 

10X2K 10f4x2 H 

2.00 2.20 


5 
2.50 


Quarts, 

Inch, 

Doz. 


6 

12%x2ii 
2.80 


8 10 

1SJ4X2J8 14Jix3 

3.36 3.65 


12 
15x3>8 
4.20 





Quarts, 

Inch, 

Dozen, 

Quarts. 

Inch, 
Dozen, 

Quarts, 

Inch, 

Dozen, 



Pans— Dairy, 

IC, Straight, Re-tinned. 

534x138 
1.16 



2.46 



6x1 38 
1.35 

3H 
10x214 
2.80 



1 IX 2 

7x138 7«xl'4 8«x2 

1.70 1.90 2.10 

4 5 

1058x234 1158x2% 

3.25 3.75 



1254x234 13Kx23s 



10 
1414x3 
6.50 



12 
15x3 % 
6.25 




Pans-Milk, 

IX, Straight. Plain. 

3 855 4 5 

914x214 10x21! 1058x23$ 1158X2% 
3.35 



2.40 



1258x234 
3.76 



2.70 

8 

1354x2% 

4.40 



2.90 

10 

1414x3 

5.00 



12 
16x3/s 
6.60 





DEEP STAMPED WARE. 


17 






Pans-Milk, 








IX, Straight, Re-tinned. 




c^pi -~ 


Jff Quarts, 

■ Inch, 

■ Dozen, 


9Hx2*i 10x2i{ 10?ix2Ji 
3.10 3.61) 3.95 


6 

Il%x2% 

4.60 




Quarts, 

Inch, 

DozeD, 


6 8 10 

12?aX2U 18^x2% 14J£x3 

5.25 6.85 6.45 


12 

15x3^8 
7.10 






Pans— Dairy, 








IC, Flaring, Plain. 






Quarts, 
Inch, 
■fe Dozen, 


% X 1 1* 2 

6xl'/ 8 63$xl# 7J$xlJ<S 8^xl^ B 9#xl% 

.75 .85 1.05 1.25 1.40 




W Quarts, 
Inch, 
Dozen, 


3 3H 4 

10#x2 11x2 11%x2J< 

1.70 2.00 2.20 


6 

12&X2& 

2.60 




Quarts, 

Inch, 

Dozen, 


6 8 10 

13J$x2% 14)4x2^ 15^x2^ 

2.80 3.35 3.65 


12 

1654x234 

4.20 






Pans— Dairy, 








IC, Flaring, Re-tinned. 






Quarts, 
Inch, 
Hfr Dozen, 


6xV/t SXilJi 754x154 8J4xiy 3 9Kxl/ 8 
1.16 1.36 1.70 1.90 2.10 




W Quarts, 
Inch. 
Dozen, 


3 32S 4 

10^x2 11x2 WArt-Vi 
2.46 2.80 3.26 


5 

12J£x2J< 

3.75 




Quarts, 

Inch, 

Dozen, 


6 8 10 

135412% 1454x254 1654x2% 

4.16 4.70 6.50 


12 

16 54x2 H 

6.25 






Pans-Milk, 








LX, Flaring, Plain. 






Quarts, 


3 854 4 


6 




^bi- Inch, 


10KX2 11x2 11%x2X 


1234x2^ 




v Dozen, 


2.40 2.70 2.90 


8.36 




Quarts, 


6 8 10 


12 




Inch, 


13Jsix2Jii U%i2'A 15^x2% 


1654x2 % 




Dozen, 


3.76 4.40 5.00 


6.60 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



Fans -Milk, 

IX, Flaring, Re-tinned. 



Quarts, 


3 


3'A 


4 


6 


Inch, 


1054*2 


11x2 


UfiiiH 


12>4l3*A 


Cozen, 


3.10 


3.60 


3.95 


t.m 



Quarts, 6 8 10 12 

Inch, 13^x2% U<4x2% lH'A&yi W^xlli 

Dozen, 6.25 5.85 6.45 7.10 




Pans— Pudding, 

Extra Deep, IC, Plain. 

Nos. 015 016 017 018 019 

Quarts, 34 1 134 2 3 

Inch, 6x25< 63<x2M 734x3 8J4x3i/ a 9%xV/i 

Dozen, 1.25 1.45 1.70 1.90 2.30 

Nos. 030 OS! 033 033 034 

Quarts, 4 6 6 S 10 

Inch, 10x3;; 1034x334 lHix4 1234x454 1434x434 

Dozen, 2.70 3.10 3.65 4.40 6.20 




019 



Pans— Pudding, 

Extra Deep, IC, Re-tinned. 

Nos. 015 016 017 018 

QuartB, 34 1 154 2 3 
Inch, 6x23$ 634x2% 754x8 8Nx8X 9)4x354 

Dozen, 1.75 2.10 2.40 2.80 3.35 

Nos. 030 031 033 033 034 

Quarts, 4 5 6 8 10 
Inch, 10x3« 1034x334 113«x41234x454 1454x434 

Dozen, 3.76 4.40 6.00 6.26 7.50 




Pans— Pudding, 

Extra deep, IX, Plain. 

Nos. 15 16 17 18 19 

Quarts, 54 1 134 2 3 

Inch, 6x234 634x234 734x3 83«x3)S 934x354 

Dozen, 1.55 1 75 2.10 2.40 2.80 

Nos. 30 31 33 33 34 

Quarts, '4 5 6 8 10 

Inch, 10x356 1034x334 113«x4 1234x434 1454x434 

Dozen, 3.35 3.95 4.40 6.40 6.26 



DKEP STAMPED WARE. 




Pans— Pudding, 

Extra Dekp, Re-tinned, IX, 



Nos. IS 16 17 

Quirts, H 1 1)4 

Inch, 6x2)4 6!ix2!i 7)4x3 

Dozen, 2.10 2.10 2.70 



18 19 

2 3 

8)jx3)j 9iix3H 

3.10 3.65 

33 



Nos. 20 31 33 33 24 

Quarts, 15 6 8 10 

Inch, 111x3!,; 10!ix3i; ll'ixl 12?.;x4)« 144ix45j 
Dozen, 1.20 1.80 5.40 C.85 7.70 



Pans— Pudding, 

Oval, Re-tinned. 



Nob. 1 

Iuch, 75ixlOHx2 
Dozen, 5.00 



Nos. 
Inch, 
Dozen, 



8)4X11)4X2 
6.60 



0)4X12 l£x21i 
6.25 



10Kxl3)4x2^ 
6.85 



12)4x16)4x3 
7.90 




Pans— Rinsing or Light Dish, 

IC, Re-tinned, 
Quirts, 7 8 10 14 17 

Inch, 13x4)s 14«x4S£ 1424x5 16x6>i 18>£x65S 
Dozen, 6.66 7.60 8.35 9.80 11.25 



Pans-Rinsing or Light Dish, 






IX, 


Re-tinned. 




Quarts, 

Inch, 

Dozen, 


7 

12^x45; 

7.60 


8 

14>Jx5 
8.35 


10 

15Mx6X 

9.16 


Quarts, 

Inch, 

Dozen, 


11 

17x5 a 
11.06 


17 
1834x6 
13.35 


21 

20,\.x6W 
15.85 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Pans-Dish. 

deep, Medium, IXX, Re-tinned. 
Quarts, 8 10 14 17 21 

Inch, 14x4« 14!ix6 16iix5i£ 17^x5% 19?£x5JS 
Dozen, 10.00 11.25 13.75 16.26 18.76 




Pans— Dish, 

Deep, Heavy, IXXX, Re- tinned. 
QuartB, 10 14 17 21 

Inch, 145£x5 161£x5iS 17Six55S 19?Jx6K 
Dozen, 12.60 15.60 18.75 23.35 




Fans—Dish, 

Deep, Heavy, IXXXX, Re-tinned. 
Quarts, 21 30 36 , 

Inch, 19JJX6K 202£x6Si 21!$x7 

Dozen, 27.10 40.00 15.00 




Pans-Dish— Oval, 

Re-tinned. 
Quarts, 15 18 22 

Inch, 18xl41£x5 19Jsxl6?Jx5SS 21^x17x6^ 

Dozen, 28.50 31.50 36.00 




Pans— Omelet, 

Re-tinned. 



No. 
Inch, 



1 

8xl0x?i 

6.76 



DEEP STAMPED WARE. 




Pans— Biscuit, 

Re-tinned. 
Nob. 60 120 

Oops. 6 12 

Dozen frames, 8.25 12.00 

Each cup, 3%x.H inches. 




Pans— 


Muffin, 




Re-tinned. 




Nos. 6H 


sa 


12X 


Cups, 6 


a 


12 


Dca. frames, 6.00 


8.00 


11.25 


Each cup 


3^x1 inch. 






Pans-Muffin, 

Re-tinned. 



Nob. 

Cups, 

Dozen frames, 



Of>!i 

6 
7.76 



08)5 



9.60 



oi;\ 

12 
13.50 



Each cup, 334x1% inches. 



Pans- 


-Lemon, 






Be.ttnnbd. 




Nos. 




7 ' 


7X 


Cups, 




8 


12 


Dozen frames. 




5.85 


8.35 


Each oup 3x1 J$ inches. 





Pans— Muffin, 

Re-tinned. 
Nos, 4 4M 5 5% 

Onps, 8 12 8 12 

Dozen frames, 4.60 6.25 6.85 8.35 



22 


GEORGE H. 


TAY & CO. 








Pans— Cookey, 








Plain. 




' ***■" finfi? 1 ' 


5Sfim§7*^* Clips, 




9% 
12 




Cozen frames, 


6.00 






Each cnp 23g inches. 








Fans— Sponge Cake 








Retinned. 






^-. 8^ Nob. 


56 


513 




Dozen frames, 6.25 


lo.oo 






Each cup 3%x2M incheB. 








Scoops— Spice, 




iyf*i ■ ■ 




Be-tinned. 






Sgj^^^ Nos. 


00 


000 




Inch, 


IW&'A 3Hxl'A 


3SJX5& 




Dozen, 


1.26 1.70 


2.10 






Scoops— Thumb, 








Re-tinned. 






SB^^L^ NoB * 


13 14 


16 




^^ Inch, 


2^x6^ S«l6 


te7K 




Dozen, 


1.65 2.00 


2.40 



DEEP STAMTED WARE. 



Scoops— Gyocors* 
Re-tinned. 
Nos. 3 3 4 5 

Inch, 4Jil6Ji 6)4x8 6!«x9JJ 7*(xll 

Dozen, 4.40 5.40 6.45 8.35 




Scoops— Grocers , 

Re-tinned. 
Nob. 80 30 40 50 

Inch, 4^x6^ 6!<ix8 6^x9^ 7^x11 
Dozen, 6.65 7.90 10.00 12.50 




Sooops— Grocers , 

Re-tinned, Wood Handle, 
Nos. 7 8 9 10 

Inoh, 4^x6Ji 6J£x8 6"^x9Ji 7Jixll 

Dozen, 6.25 7.30 9.60 11.25 




Scooxts— Grocers* 

Re-tinned, Wood Handle. 
Nos. 70 80 90 100 

Inch, 4&X6X 6fcSx8 C'^^H 734x11 

Dozen, 8.35 10.00 12.60 15.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Scoops -Seamless, 

Planished. 

Nos. 59 eo 61 CI'.; 

Inch, 24ixl% 3S£x21£ 4x3 4%x3<4 

Dozen, 6.10 7.20 9.00 10.80 

Nos. 62 63 64 65 

Inch, 6^x4 7«x4}$ 8x6K 10x6)4 

Dozen, 14.40 21.60 28.80 36.00 






Skimmers, 






Flat Handle, Re-tinned. 




Nos. 
Inch, 
Dozen, 


9 

4 
1.65 


10 11 

1.76 2.00 


13 

6 

2.39 


Nos. 
Inch, 
Dozen. 


13 

2.60 


14 

2.70 


15 

3.00 



Skewers, 

Re-tinned. 




Strainers~Milk 9 

Re-tinned, 
Nos. 30 31 22 23 

Inch, 7 9& 10& llfc 

Dozen, 3.95 1.80 6.C0 6.45 



DEEP STAMPED WARE. 




Strainers— Gravy. 

Re-tinned. 
Nos. 15 1G IT 18 19 

Inch, 334x1 H i'4%1% 6/ B x2 tii'A 6Wx21i 
Dozen, 2.30 2.70 3.16 3.55 4.40 
(With patent seamless foot.) 




Strainers— Gravy, 

Re-tinned, Wood Handle. 
Nob. 85 86 37 28 39 

Inch, 3SJI1K 4;sxl*4 6«x2 6x2*$ 6«x2Ji 
Dozen,2.70 3.15 3.75 4.20 5.20 

(With patent seamless foot.) 



j| 



Turners— Cake, 
Flat Handle, Re-tinned. 
Nob. 13 1* 

Inch, SXlS 4)4x8* 

Dozen, 1.65 1.90 



Turners— Cake, 

Threaded Handle, Re-tinned. 
Nos. 15 16 

Inch. 3)4x3 *XxS« 

Dozen, 1.65 1.90 



GHORGB H. TAY & CO. 



Turners— Cake, 

Wood Handles, Ke-tinned. 

IT 18 

2.50 2.80 




Tumblers— Seamless, 

Re-tinntsd. 
Pints, X 1 

Inch, 3x3 3iiKiH 

Dozen, 4.50 6.00 



Iftaffoco !>tampeiL ©^are. 





Pans— Jelly Cake, 






% Inch Deep. 




Inch, 


8 9 10 


11 


Gross, 


12.00 13.00 16.60 


26.00 



Pans— Deep Jelly Cake, 
1 Imch Deep. 
Inch, 8 9 10 

Gross, 16.00 17.60 20.00 



Pans— Mountain Cake, 

\ 3 / a Inches Deep, 
Inch, 8 9 10 

Gross, 17.26 18.76 22.60 



Pans— Square, 
Sheet, a 1 

Inch, 6! 11 i9! < i?4 8?jxl3il',i 

Gross, 20.00 28.76 



28 


GEORGE 


H. TAY & CO. 








Pans— Patty, 




^^ 




Round, Plain, 






Inch, 


3 334 4 434 


5 




GroBP, 


2.50 3.00 3.76 4.25 


6.60 






Pans— Patty, 




^|E^ 




Round, Plain, Kxtba Deep. 




^^glf 


Inch, 


3% 4 


6 




Gross, 


4.80 5.40 


6.76 






Pans-Patty, 




<^^> 


Inch, 


Round, Oetnkled. 
3 334 4 


434 




Gross, 


2.50 3.00 8.75 


4.25 






Pans— Patty, 








Deep, Scalloped. 




^,||SP 


Nos. 


OIK 


3 


^^1^^ 


Inch, 


3 854 4 


434 




Gross, 


2.50 3.00 4.00 


4.60 





SHALLOW 


STAMPED WARE. 


29 








Pans— Patty, 

Oval, Scalloped. 




agngfin 


Nos. 
Inch, 




3 


12 3 4 

3* 33$ 354 1% 


5 6 

424 6« 




Grose, 1 


.25 


1.60 2.00 2 SO 3.00 


4.00 5.00 








P am- Patty, 




^iiSw* 


Inch, 

Grose. 




OBLONG. 


2*1351 
3.75 


^jg^ 


Inch, 
Gross, 




HEART. 


3)4x3 
3.00 




Inch, 

Gross, 




TRIANGULAR. 


3 
3.00 


<^£> 


Inch, 

Gross, 




STAR. 


3H 
3.00 


^ 


Iach, 
Gross, 




SHELL. 

• 


3 

3.00 








Plates— Dinner. 






Incb, 


6 


7 8 


9 10 




Gross, 


6.76 


8.25 11.25 18.25 17.50 



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Plates-Pie, 

Plain. 
Inch, 6 7 8 9 10 11 

Gross, 6.75 8.76 10.75 11.25 16.50 20.00 




Plates— Pie, 

Extra Deep, Plain. 

9 10 

14.25 18.75 



11 
25.C0 



Plates— Pie, 

Scalloped or Gem. 
Inch, 6 7 8 9 10 

QroBS, 6.75 8.76 11.25 12.60 16.60 




Plates— Pie, 

Perforated. 



10 
32.45 



Inch, 
Gross, 



Plates— Lettered. 

5.50 




Skimmers— Milk, 

Plain or Pierced. 



<i)poor\$ f^e-ttnneiL 



Noa. 
Inch, 

Grose, 



Spoons— Tea, 

Solid, Threaded. 

305 310 

6 6 

4.00 6.00 





Spoons— Table. 






Solid, Threaded. 




Nob. 


40 41 


4a 


Inch, 


1H 8 


8W 


Gross, 


7.00 8.00 


9.00 




Spoons— Basting, 

Solid, Threaded. 
Inch, 10 12 14 16 18 20 
Dozen, 1.67 1,77 2.10 2.60 3.15 3.76 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Spoons— Basting, 

Bound Handle. 
Inob, 11 13 15 17 19 
Dozes, 1.15 1.25 1.45 1.77 2.09 




Spoons— Basting, 

FOBGED. 

Inob, 10 12 11 16 18 
Dozen, 2.00 2.67 3.33 4.00 4.67 



Spoons— Preserve, 

Wood Handle. 
Inob, 10 12 11 16 18 
Dozen, 1.65 1.90 2.10 2.S0 2.60 



Spoons— Silver Steel, 

Olive Pattern. 

Table. Tea. 

Nos. 8 3 

Inch, 8V 6 

Gross, 24.00 15.00 



Forks— Silver Steel, 
Olive Pattern, Table. 
No. 80 

Inob, 1% 

Gross, 28.80 



Itampeil ©J n minings. 






Blanks— Grater, 






New Pattern. 




Sheet, 


* H 


1 


Inch, 


434x654 6J4x9Si 


il'ixl'i 


Gross, 


6. BO 9.75 


18.75 




Bottoms— Cup. 




Pints, 


H 1 2 


Dipper. 


Inch, 


3 in m 


Hi 


Gross, 


2.00 2. BO 2. BO 


2.50 



Bot toms- Wash-Bo wl-IC. 

Inch, 6 3 ,i 

GroBB, 7.00 



Bottoms— Steamer. 



Inch, 
Gross, 


7 
11.75 


1% 
13.00 


8* 

14.00 


8* 
16.25 


8* 
15.36 


Inch, 
Gross, 


9 

15.00 


9* 
16.25 


9« 
16.60 


an 

17.00 


10 

18.25 


10'.! 

18.50 


Inch, 
Gross, 


10)4 
18.75 


10% 
19.50 


11 
21.25 


11 X 
22.00 


11)4 
22.75 


11X 

23.76 


Inch, 
Gross, 


12 

27.25 


12i( 

28.60 


ia» 

32.50 


12 S4 

34.00 



GEORGB H. TAY & CO. 




Breasts and Covers— Teapot, 

Oval, Hinged, Re-tinned. 
Nob. Ill 113 113 114 115 116 

Pints, 1 2 3 4 6 6 

Inch, 3% 5V, 53s 6M 654 1% 

Gross, 23.75 26.25 28.75 30.00 S5.00 40.00 



Breasts and Covers— Teapot, 

Round, Spun, Rimmed, Not Hinged. 
Nos. 181 183 183 184 185 186 
Pints, 1 2 3 15 6 

Inch, 3^J 4 1% i% 6 5M 

Gross, 15.00 16.25 17.50 18.75 21.25 23.75 



Breasts and Covers— Teapot, 

Rodnd, Spun, Rimmed, Hinged. 
Nos. 171 173 173 174 175 

Pints, 12 3 4 5 

Inch, m 4 1% i% 5 

Gross, 18.75 20.00 21.25 22.50 23.76 



6« 
26.25 



Breasts— Teakettle, 

With Plain Covers. 
Inch, 8« 9*4 10J4 11J4 

IX gross, 20.50 24.25 29.26 36.75 
IXX " 26.75 32.60 37.50 46.00 



12 X 
45.00 
56.00 



Breasts -Teakettle, 

With Rimmed Covers. 



Inch, 8)4 9>4 


1054 


11 a 


12^ 


IX Tin, gross, 23 00 26.75 


81.75 


89.25 


46.75 


IXX" " 28.50 34.25 


39.25 


46.76 


67.75 


Copper, doz., 15.60 18.75 


21.25 


25.00 




copper trimmings. 




Dozen set, 27.50 28.75 


32.50 


36.25 



Include Breast, Oover, Handle, Ears and Spout. 



STAMPED TRIMMINGS. 



Covers— Bucket. 



Quarts, 

Inch, 

Gross, 


54 
4)4 

4.00 


1 

5 
5.00 


1* 2 
5)4 6-fa 
6.00 6.25 


3 
6% 
7.50 


Quarts. 

IlK'L, 

Gross, 


4 

7 1TJ 

9.60 


G 

8« 

12.60 


8 10 
9* 9)4 
14.60 16.25 


12 
1054 
20.00 




Covers- 


-Cake Box. 




Inch. 
Gross, 




11 « 
31.25 


12)4 

35.00 


13)4 

42.50 



Covers— Pot. 

Inch, 6)4 6?i 7 7« 7)4 7JJ 8 8J* 

Gross, 9.50 9.75 10.00 10.25 10.50 11.25 11.50 12.26 

Inoh, 8)4 8?i 9 DM 9)4 95* 10 10M 

Gross, 13.00 13.50 13.75 14.26 14.75 16.50 17.00 17.25 

Inch, 10)4 10JS 11 11X 11)4 11S( 12 12« 

GroBB, 17.50 18.25 20.00 20.76 21.60 22.50 25.00 25.75 

Inoh, 12)4 12JJ 13 13)4 1354 135* 
Gross, 20.50 27.50 30.00 31.25 32.60 33 75 



Covers— Pot, 

Hemmed and Ringed. 



Inch, 


4 V, 


554 


5 ii 


6* 


654 


('•', 


7 


Gross, 


6.50 


6.76 


7.26 


8.50 


9.26 


10.00 


10.75 



Inch, 1H 754 T!i 8 SH 8(£ 8J4 

Gross, 11.00 11.25 12.00 12.26 13.00 13.50 13.75 



Inch, 9 95.; 954 9>i 10 10U 1054 
Gross, 14.25 16.30 16.30 17.50 17.50 18.75 19.00 



Inch, 10SJ 
Gross, 20.C0 



11 11« 1154 11JS 12 12« 
21.25 21.60 22 60 25.00 26.25 27.50 



Inoh, 1254 12« 13 1854 13!* 
Gross, 81.25 32.60 33.75 35.00 36.25 



Covers Coffee Pot. 

Quarts, 1 154 2 3 4 5 6 

Inoh, 3 3* 354 3H 454 6 a T % 

Gross, 2.00 2.50 3.00 3 25 4.25 5 00 6.25 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



Covers— Coffee Pot, 

Blumed. 



Inch, 

Gross, 


2 VA 2H 2H 3 
3.00 3.50 4.00 4.50 4.75 


834 

6.50 


Inch, 

Gross, 


4 i% 5 5H 
6.00 6.75 7.50 7.76 


6 

8.00 




Covers— Boiler, 

Oval, Flat Edge. 
Nos. 6 ID t IC 8 IX 9 IX 

Inch, B'AxlSJi 1054x204£ 12%x22« 1354x24^ 
Dozen, 2.71 3.33 4.80 5.84 




Covers— Boiler, 

Oval, Rimmed Edob, 



Nob. 6 IC 

Inch, 9x17 X 

Dozen, 2.71 

Nos. 1H IX 

Inch, 21'.;xllJi 

Dozen, 4.60 



1 IC 

10x20 JS 
3.33 

8 IX 

1151x21% 
4.80 



7H IC 

21>SxllJi 
3.75 
9 jj£ 

12Kx23% 
6.05 




Doors— Closet. 

Inch, HS£xl2Js 13x15% 

Dozen, 5.00 6.26 




Handles— Teakettle, 

With Eaes. 
Tin, dozen, 1.36 

Copper, dozen, 5.65 



STAMPED 


TRIMMINGS. 


37 


/4k|ri% 


Handles— Teakettle, 




& mm **% 


" Royal," with Ears. 




s^ y ■* 


7 toS 


9 


C& f^ Tin, dozen, 4.00 


4.20 


15^ Copper 


dozen, 10.00 


10.50 




Lips— Coffee Boiler, 




f(^ 


Plain to Rivet. 




i'..^ "OB. 


a 


3 


$r inob ' 


25S 


3« 


Gross, 


2.00 


2.50 


(Oh 


Nozzles— Can. 




If 


1 


1« 


^I^P^ Gross, 


1.26 


3.50 


_. 


Rings— Stovepipe. 




(luiiB Iuch ' 


1 IH 5 SH 


6 


v|V ^■jr Tin, dozen. .06 .03 .65 .76 


.85 


^^ 


" 1.70 1.90 2.10 2.20 


2.30 


\ 


Spouts— Can, 




ft 


Bert, Plain. 




J 1 Sob. 


G 7 


S 


11 Inob, 


5« 4« 


3« 


^ QroBB, 


3.00 2.00 


125 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 





Spouts— Fluted Teapot. 




Nob. 


1 % 3 


4 


Inch, 


i% h\i 6 


6* 


Gross, 


7.50 9.25 11.26 


13.00 



Inch, 
Dozen, 



Spouts— Teakettle. 

TIN. 



Studs— Fan or Canopies. 

Inch, 1 1« 

Gross, .75 .75 




Tin— Perforated. 

FINE. MEDIUM. COARSE. EXTRA COARSE. 

HoleB, inch, 20 15 12 9 

14x20, dozen, 12.00 7.50 7.50 7.50 



STAMPED TRIMMINGS. 




Trimmings— Chamber Pail. 

3 4 

11 a 123* 

18.75 21.26 

854 9JS 

18.25 21.25 

9* 10« 

16.25 20.00 



Nos. 


a 


Breasts, inch. 


wA 


Gross, 


16.26 


Bottoms, inch. 


Tl 3 


Gross, 


13.76 


Covers, inch, 


8« 


GroBS, 


12.50 



Trimmings— Toilet Carrier. 

BREAST. BOTTOM. COVER. 



Inch, 
Gross, 



8« 
15.00 



9J4 
21.25 



7 
10.00 




Trimmings— Toilet Jar. 



CAP. 



BREAST. BOTTOM. COVER. 

115S 8% 9« 3 

16.75 16.25 18.75 2.60 



Ifffffl 



Tubes— Funnel, 

FLUTED. 

Noa. 12 3 4 5 Assorte 

Inch, 134 i\ 1H 2% 3', 

GrosB, 1.25 1.60 1.76 2.00 3.25 2.25 



(Uinner^' ^uppfie^>. 




Bolts— Stove- 


Flat Head. 






100 


in a Package. 






Inch 

100, H in. 
100, ,^ In. 


V. 
.65 
.60 


.65 
.60 


.65 
.60 


Si 
.65 
.60 


i 

.70 
.65 


Inch, 

100, a in. 
100, ■»„ in. 


1* 
.75 
.70 


1« 

.80 
.75 


15£ 
.85 
.80 


2 

.90 
.85 


2* 
.96 
.90 


Inch, 
100, U in. 


2J« 
1.00 


a* 

1.05 


3 

1.10 


1.15 


ax 

1.20 


Inch, 


354 


4 


4« 


m 


5 



100, H in. 



1.35 1.10 1.60 




Bolts 


-Stove— Round 


Head, 






100 


in a Package. 






Inch, 


% 


a 


% 


54 


1 


100, H in. 


.95 


.95 


.95 


.95 


1.00 


100, ^ in. 


.85 


.85 


.85 


.85 


.90 


In oh, 


ltt 


1« 


1S£ 


2 




100, H in. 


1.05 


1.10 


1.15 


1.20 




100, -fa in. 


.95 


1.00 


1.05 


1.10 





Bottoms— Teakettle— Copper, 

Round, Pit and Flat. 
Nob, 6 7 8 9 10 

LbB.,doz. 4J* b\ 7 8H 8fc 



42 GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 


(l^- rallfct Bottoms— Copper, 


U-. ^J)x*"«li^^ 


Square, Pit. 


K- - 


Nos. 6 7 8 9 10 
Lis., doz. 8 9 11 1354 17K 


^■'7i 6tl^ Bottoms— WashTioiler— Copper, 


[ raj ^^ \ Oval, Pit and Flat. 


X. " ' IV. Nos. G 7 8 9 10 






-^^T^ 


= — . Lbs., pair, 2 3 4 5 6 8 11 




Roofing, with Shield. 


^— ^^^J ^^S^^tl&aa* Lbs., pair, 11 


Copper— Sheet, 


Tinned One Side. 


Ounces, eq. ft. 14 16 18 20 21 27 


Wire Gauge, 26 25 24 23 21 20 


14x48 Soft, 


30x60 Soft, 


14x48 Oold Rolled 


30x60 Cold Boiled 


14x48 Polished 


30x60 Polished 



TINNERS' SUPPLIES. 



Km. 

Inch, 

Cold Boiled, 

Polished, 



Copper— Sheet, 

Boeleb Sizes 14 oz. 
7 8 

14x62 14x66 



9 

14 1 60 



Lbs., sq. fl. Ti 

Wire Gauge, 26 

30x60, 

48x72, 

Lbs., sq. ft 2H 

Wire Gauge. 17 

30x60 

48x72 



Copper— Sheet, 

Bbazieb, Not Tinned. 
1 

25 



Vi 


IK 


1H 


1* 


2 


24 


23 


21 


20 


18 


3% 


4 


5 


6 


8 


14 


13 


12 


10 


7 




Cloth- Brass Wire-Strainer. 

Mesh, No. 50 

Sq. ft. .28 

Bolls of 6 square feet. 




Cloth-Green 'Wire-Fly Screen. 

Width, Inch, 24 26 28 30 36 
Bolls of 60 and 100 feet In length. 



GEORGE) H. TAY & CO. 




Dampers— American. 
Inch, i i% 6 6S« 7 

Dozen, 1.00 1.13 1.25 1.S8 1.50 2.00 




Ears— Re-tinned— Kettle, 

Standard list. 



Nos. 


1 


% 




3 


4 


Length, 
Gross, pair, 


1« 
1.00 


1ft 
1.25 




i-H 

1.50 


1« 

1.76 


Nos. 
Length, 
Gross, pair, 


5 

2H 
2.25 


6 

2« 
2.75 




7 
2% 
S.76 


8 

25£ 
4.60 




Extra Strong. 






Nob. 
Length, 
Gross, pair, 


000 

2% 
4.60 




700 

2% 
600 




800 

2% 
6.00 




Ears— Re-tinned— Tea Kettle . 

Nos. 4-5 6 

Length, 1% 15J 2 

Gross, pair, J.75 2.25 2.75 



Inoh, 
Gross, pair, 



Ears-Lard Pail 



1.00 



No. 
Inch, 
Gross, pair, 



Ears-Oil Can. 



1 
1* 



TINNERS' SUPPLIES. 




Ears— Malleable— Tinned. 

Nob. 1 Z 3 4 

Lbs., dozen pair, 2 2 Jtf i !<j 7 

Pound, .20 .20 .20 .20 




Ears— Berger's— Tinned. 

Nog. 3 4 5 6 

Lbs., dozen pair, 1 1% lJs 2 

Pound, .25 .25 .25 .26 



L, 



Extinguishers -Chained -Brass- 

Single, gross, 1.1 




Extinguishers— Chained.- Brass. 

Doulle, gross, 2.60 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Feet— Urn— Malleable Tinned. 

Nob. 13 3 4 

Inch. lii lis 1)4 lis 

Lbs., dozen, 1 1% lis 1)4 

Found, .25 .26 .25 .25 




Handles— Top— Malleable Tinned. 



S* 



Nos. 





1 


2 


Inch. 


1% 


2)4 


2SS 


Lbs., dozen, 


1 


1)4 


1SS 


Pound, 


.25 


.25 


.26 



Handles— Side— Malleable Tinned . 
Nob. 12 3 4 

Inch, 2)4 2is 3Ji SSS 

Lbs. , dozen pair, 2}$ 3 4 53$ 

Found, .26 .25 .25 .25 





Handles— Dish Fan, 

Wrought Tinned. 
Nos. 12 3 

Inch, 2j^ 254 3% 

Lbs., doz. pair, 2 2)4 2Ji 



Pound, 



2 

.20 



2)4 
.20 



.20 



4 


B 


3i£ 


*H 


3)4 


11)4 


.20 


.20 



TINNERS' SUPPLIES. 




Handles— California. 

Forged, Tinned. 



Inch, 

Lbs., per pair, 

Pound, 



4x6 

1H 

.25 




Handles— Saucepan, 

Forged, Tinned. 

Nofl. 13 3 4 5 

Inch, 5 6JS 1% 85$ 9J4 

Lbs., dozen, \% \% 2 J e 3? B 3?* 

Pound, .20 .20 .20 .20 .20 




Handles— Milk-Can, 

Malleable. 

Inch, Wt 4Ji 

Lbs., pair, y x 1 

Pound, tinned, .20 .20 

Pound, japanned, .14 .14 




Handles-Milk-Can, 

Malleable, Tinned, with Stop and Clip. 
Inoh, 4 

Lbs., pair, I 

Pound, .25 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



Handles— Tea-Pot, 

Stow's Hollow. 
Nos. 12 3 

Inch, iH 6)4 63$ 

Dozen, .96 1.05 1.15 




Handles— Tea-Pat, 

Japanned Tin, with Tip. 
Nos. 30 40 50 

Inch, i iH 5J£ 

Dozen, .85 .90 .95 



Handles— Pail— 'Wood. 

Boxes of 500. 

Small. Large. 

Inch, 3 3'A 

100, plain, .50 ' .60 

100, enameled, 1.00 1.00 




Handles— Teakettle and Ears, 

Chicago. 
Tin, dozen, 1.60 

Brass, dozen, 6.00 



TINNERS' SUPPLIES. 





Handler-Cover, 




Inch, 


Tin. 


4% 


Gross, 




1.00 




Hinges— Tea Pot, 

DOUBLE. 



Tin, gross. 




Ho oka— Leader, 

Forged, Tinned. 
Inch, 2 3 1 

Lbs. dozen, 2 2% 3& 

100, 3.60 1.00 6.00 



Nails— Roofing, Barbed. 

Inches, % % l 

No in lb., 715 623 160 

Gauge, 13 13 12 

Pound, .18 .17 .15 





Nails— Roofing , 






Tinned. 




Inch, 


% 


1 


No. in lb. 


241 


212 


Pound, 


.16 


.16 



50 GEORGB H. TAY & CO. 










Iron or Steel— Sheet, 








Black. 








24 Inch wide— 72, 84, 96 and 101 inch long. 






Nos. 14 16 18 30 22 24 


36 


37 


38 


Ounces, sq. ft, 60 40 30 24 20 16 


12% 


11* 


10 


Sheets, bundle, 3 4 6 7 9 11 


14 


14 


16 


Common, 








Charcoal, 








Galvanized. 








24 and 30 inch -wide— 72, 84 and 96 inch 


long. 






Nos. 14 18 18 30 32 24 


36 


27 


38 


Ounces, sq.ft. 60 48 38 28 21 17 


15 


14 


13 


List, .12 .12 .12 .12 .13 .13 


.14 


.15 


.16 


Common, 








Charcoal, 








Genuine Russia, 








28x66. 








Nos. 8 9 10 


11 




13 


Wire gauge, 28 27 26 


25 




24 





TINNERS' 


SUPPLIES. 61 


t 


JT Nos. 
^7^ Oross, 


Knobs— Tea Pot, 

Enamelfp, Wood. 

33 3 25 
.75 .76 .76 


f 


Nos. 
Gross, 


Knobs— Tea Pot, 

BararauA. 

12 3 

.75 .80 .85 


\f Nob. 
Gross, 


Knobs— Tea Pot, 

Tim. 
13 3 

.75 .90 1.00 






Pipe- 

Ineh, 

Foot, 


-Standard Speaking Tnbe, 

Tim, Loos Seam. 

1 

.oaja 



TINNERS' 

Supplies. 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



fjB 



Pipe Elbows— For Speaking Tubes- 
Inch, 1 
Each, .06!$ 



Pipe— Galvanized Leader, 

10-Foot Lengths. 

Inch, 1 IX 2 2X 3 4 5 6 

Foot, .06« .09 .10 .12% .11 .19 .25 .82 

(The 1 inch is straight seam.) 




Pipe Elbows, 

Adjustable, Galvanized. 
Inch, IX 2 2X 3 1 



Each, .20 .20 .25 



.10 .55 .70 



Roses— Sprinkler, 

ZlNO. 

N06 00 1 2 3 4 

Inch, 1% m 3H 35; 4'4 4,% 

Dozen, 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00 3.50 1.60 






TINNERS' 


SUPPLIES. 




63 


W<** 


Rivets— Copper— Brazier. 




1 1 


Nos. 


1*345 


6 7 


8 


■ 


In lb. 148 


100 70 44 33 24 


18 12 9 






Rivets— Iron, 








Ounce, 


TlNNEBS. 

8 10 


12 


14 




Black, M. 


.20 .22 


.24 


.26 




Tinned. M. 


.24 .25 


.28 


.30 


ITT 


Pound, 
Black, M. 
Tinned, M. 


1 IK 1% 15* 
.27 .29 .32 .36 
.33 .37 .41 .47 


2 
.40 
.62 


2)4 
.47 
63 




Pound, 


3 3S« 4 5 


6 


7 




Black, M. 


.63 .68 .64 .75 


.90 


1.05 




Tinned, M. 


.72 .80 .88 1.05 


1.26 


1.50 




Pound, 


8 9 10 12 


14 


16 




Black, M. 


1.20 1.27 1.40 1.65 


1.90 


2.20 




Tinned, M. 


1.70 1.80 2.00 2.40 


2.75 


3.10 


o 


No. 
1,000, 


Riveting Burs, 

Tinned. 




8 
.39 




Rivets— Round Heady 




^ & 




Ibon, Black. 






it 


Size of Wire 


3 H 4 6 


6 


A 


■ i 


'■■■ in. and longer, .15 .15 .15 .16 


.16 


.16 


■ i 


Size of Wire 


7 8 9 10 


11 


12 




H In. and longer, .17 .18 .19 .20 


.21 


.22 






Per Pound. 







GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 





Rings and Clips, 








Coppered Wibe. 






Inch, 


a % x % i 


1# 


1)4 


GroBS, 


.30 .31 .34 .40 .44 


.56 


.65 



Inch, 

Feet in 112 lbs. 



Rods-Boiler, 

12- Foot Lengths. 

410 



u 




Rosin, 

Clean, for Tinners' Use. 
In quantities to suit. 




Stoppers— Flue* 

Style. Plain. Fainted. 

Nob. 1 8 

Inch, 6 to 6 5 to 6 

Dozen, 1.50 2.00 



Inch, 
Dozen, 



Strainers— C ondno tor, 

Galvanized. 
2 3 4 5 

1.00 1.26 1.75 2.25 



TINNERS' SUPPUES. 



■» 



Solder, 
In Bars of 1J-S Pounds. 
No. 1, For roofing. 

Extra, or Half and Half. 



Tinners* 

Supplies. 



Solder, 
6 Bars in pound. 



Solder, 

Cut into Drops of any Required Size. 
Extra, 



Solder— Plumbers, 

In Bars of 5 pounds. 
Wiping, 

Oar Solders are guaranteed to contain nothing 
but pore new Lead and Tin. 

Babbitt Metal, 

Best in the world. 



B X for Light Bearings, 
B XX " Medium " 
B XXX " Heavy " 



07c. 

10c. 
16c. 



Pure Tin in bars and pigs. Also Lead in 
bare and pigs. 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Screws-Can, 

Inch, a a 1 lji \M 2 

Zino, gross, 4.00 4.60 6.00 8.00 12.00 20.00 

Blase, gross, 4.50 6.60 7.60 10.00 13,00 21.00 




Screws— Can. 

Tin, Straight. 
Inch, U 1 US 15S 

Plain, gross, 2.40 2.90 4.05 4.50 

Lined, gross, 2.60 3.20 4.40 5.00 




Screws— Can. 
Tin, Bevel Flange. 
154 13C 2)4 4 

3.50 5.00 7.00 9.00 

4.00 6.60 7.75 




Nos. 
Gross, 



Screws and Hoops. 

Oiler, Brass. 

I 2 

2.60 3.15 



TINNERS' SUPPLIES. 



Screws and Hoops* 
Feeder, Brass. 
Nob. 1 

Gross, 2.60 




Screws and Hoops. 

Feeder Cap and Collar. 



4 

3.50 




Screws and Hoops* 

Lamp. 
Nog. 1 1-tube. 1 2-tube. 3 1-tube. 3 2-tube. 

Gross, 5.00 5.70 4.10 4.50 






Spouts— Teakettle, 






Chicago, 


Tin. 






Nob. 


50 




GO 


TO 


Inch, 


6 




6 


6H 


Dozen, 


1.30 




1.40 


1.60 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 





Spouts— Oiler, 






Tra. 




Inch, 


SH 


4 


Gross, 


2.00 


2.25 



Spouts— Oiler. 

Chace's, Nob. 12 3 4 

Tin, gross, 4.00 4.50 4.75 5.00 

oss, 4.50 5.50 6.25 7 25 



Spouts— Oiler. 



Paragon, Nob. 
Tin, gross, 



3 

5.75 



TINNERS' SUPPLIES. 




Trimmings— 3- Gallon Milk Can, 

I X X X X Tni. 
Breast, per 100 cans (200 pes.) 8.00 

Covers, per 100, 2.00 



Necks, per 100, 



Handle Boss, per 100, 



Handle Brace, per 100, 



Hoops, per doz. Bet, 



I l 



Trimmings— Fruit Cans, 
Tops and Bottoms— To Seal With Wax. 
Quarts, 12 4 

Inch, 4/ 6M 5% 



GroBS, 2.00 S.25 

Bodies, gross, 2.25 2,76 



6.00 

4.50 




Turn Buckles and Catches, 

Malleable, Tinned. 
No. in pound, 12 

Found, .25 



60 




GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




•a 

o 

9 




-~~ — ^^^n^T^T^-^^^lTT^ 7 i^^BS! 


3fl 


eg IE: 
a B-< 


^^^^^^m_; 






tie 


xpSonNG plaT5 = 


III 

T 2. 


s^sbb^^ss=— =- ■■■ 






Tin Plates, 








Chaegoal— Bright. 




Mark. 




Sheets in box. Net wt. box. Wire gauge. 


10 


12x12 


225 112 


30 


IX 


12x12 


225 140 


28 


10 


14x20 


112 112 


30 


IX 


14x20 


112 140 


28 


JXX 


14x20 


112 161 


27 


IXXX 


14x20 


112 182 


26 


IXXXX 


14x20 


112 203 


25 


IXXXX 


20x28 


112 406 


25 




Cheese Vat Plates— Bradley or Equal. 




Mark, 




PoundB per sheet. Wire gauge. 


IXXXX 


30x72 14 


25 


IXXXX 


36x84 20 


25 


IXXXXXX 86x84 24 


23 






Taggers— Tin. 




Mark. 




Sheets in box. Net wt. box. Wire gauge. 


14x20 




225 112 

Steel Tin— Coke Finish, IC. 

Sizes Usually Carried is Stock. 


38 


10x17 10x20 


11x17 & 17)6x22 14x20 14x22 14x28 


20x28 






Charcoal Roofing Tin, 








Dean Grade. 




I 14x20 




IX 14x20 | IO 20x28 IX 20x28 




PoNTTMISTEB, EXTBA QUALITY, OLD STYLE TEBNE. 




10 


14x20 


IC 
Boiler Sizes. 


20x28 


If OS. 




7 8 


9 


loch, 




14x62 14x56 


14x60 


IX 








IXX 




Per Sheet. 





TINNERS' SUPPLIES. 



Materials and Labor per Square of Tin Roof. 



A box of tin plate 14 x 20 will lack five sheets of covering two squares; 
or 68 sheets will cover one square. For less than one square the quantity 
required may be roughly estimated by allowing 6 sheets for every 10 square 
feet. 

Calculations of materials, labor, etc., are not made by the boxes of . 
tin used, but by the number of squares (10 feet x 10 feet,} of roof to be 
covered. Four pounds of solder and a pound and a half of roofing nails 
can generally be allowed to each square In an estimate. A good man will 
lay from two to three squares, according to his industry and expertness, 
the weather and other conditions. Two and a half squares a day is 
probably as large a general average per man as oan be counted upon. 



14x20 Flat Seam Roofing. 

Table showing the square feet of " flat seam " roof for any number of 
sheets of 14x20 tin plate, from 1 to 1,000 ; also showing the number of 
sheets of 14x20 tin plate required to lay any given " flat seam " roof 
varying in size from 2 feet to 1,715 feet. 

Size of tin, 14 x 20 ; edged, 13x19 ; square incheB exposed, 247 ; sheets per 
box, 112. 



No. Square 

Sheets. Feet. 

1 2 

2 3 

3 5 

4 7 

S 9 

6 10 

7 12 

8 14 

9 15 

10 17 

11 19 

12 21 

13 22 

14 24 

16 26 

16 27 

17 29 



No. 

Sheets. 



Square 
Feet. 



18 31 

19 33 

20 34 

21 36 

22 38 

23 39 

24 41 

25 43 

26 45 

27 46 

28 48 

29 50 

30 51 

31 53 

32 65 

33 67 

31 68 



No. 

Sheets. 



Square 
Feet. 



35 60 

36 62 

37 63 

38 65 

39 67 

40 69 

41 70 

42 72 

43 74 

44 75 

45 77 

46 79 

47 81 

48 82 

49 84 

60 86 

51 87 



No. 

Sheets. 



Square 
Feet. 



52 89 

53 91 

51 93 

55 94 

66 96 

100 172 

200 343 

300 615 

400 686 

600 858 

600 1,029 

700 1,201 

800 1,372 

900 1,644 

1,000 1,715 



63 GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 


14x20 Standing Seam Roofing. 

Table showing the square feet of " standing Beam " roof for any number of 
sheets of 14x20 tin plate from 1 to 1,000; also showing the number 
of sheets of 14x20 tin plate required to lay any given " standing seam" 
roof varying in size from 2 feet to 1,602 feet. 

Size of tin, 14x20; exposed on roof, 13x17%; square inches exposed, 200%; 
sheets per box, 112. 


No. Square 
Sheets. Feet. 


No. Square 
Sheets. Feet. 


No. Square 
Sheets. Feet. 


No. 
Sheets. 


Square 
Feet. 


1 2 

2 3 

3 5 






52 . .. 
53 

65 
66 
100 

400 
500 
600 

900 
1,000 , 


. 83 
85 
.. 87 
88 
90 
160 

641 
801 
961 

1,442 
, 1,602 






20 32 

21 31 

22 35 

23 37 


37 59 

38 61 






40 64 




8 13 

, 9 14 


25 40 

26 42 

27 43 

28 46 

29 46 

30 48 

31 60 

32 61 

33 63 

34 64 


42 67 

43 69 

44 71 

45 72 

46 74 

47 75 

48 77 




11 18 


12 .19 

13 21 


14 22 

16 24 

16 26 

17 27 


49 79 

60 80 

61 82 


20x28 Flat Seam Roofing. 

Table showing the square feet of "flat seam" roof for any number of 
sheets of 20x28 tin plate from 1 to 1000; also showing the number of 
sheets 20x28 tin plate required to lay any given "flat seam" roof vary- 
ing in size from 4 feet to 3,662 feet. 

Size of tin, 20x28; edge, 27x19; square inches exposed, 513; sheets per box, 
112. 


No. Square 
Sheets. Feet. 


No. Square 
Sheets. Feet. 


No. Square 
Sheets. Feet. 


No. 
Sheets. 


Square 
Feet. 




18 64 




52 .. 

53 .. 

54 ... 

56 
100 
200 
300 
400 
500 
600 
700 
£00 
900 
1,000... 


. 185 

. 189 

192 

199 
356 
713 
1,069 
1,425 
1,781 
2,138 
2,494 
2,860 
3,206 
3,66" 








37 132 

39 139 


4 14 

6 18 




22 78 




7 25 


24 86 

26 89 

26 93 


41 146 

42 160 

41 157 


9 32 


10 86 

11 39 

12 43 

13 46 

14 60 

15 53 

16 57 

17 61 


28 100 


47 167 

48 171 

49 175 

60 178 


SO 107 


33 118 


34 121 


61 182 



TINNERS' 


SCPPUES. 63 


20x28 Standing Seam Roofing. 

Tible showing the square feet of " standing seam ''roof for any number of 
sheets of 20x23 tin plate from 1 to 1,000 ; also showing the number of 
sheets 20x28 tin plate required to lay any given " standing seam " roof 
varying in size from 3 feet to 3,328 feet. 

Size of tin, 20x28 ; exposed on roof, 27x17 % ; square inches exposed, 479 !•; ; 
sheets per box, 112. 


Ho. Square 
Sheets. Feet. 


No. 
Sheets. 


8quare 
Feet. 


No, Square 
Sheets. Feet. 


No. Square 
Sheets. Feet. 


1 3 

2 7 

3 10 


18 ... 


60 


35 116 

36 120 

37 123 


62 173 

58 176 

54 180 

56 186 
100 , 333 
200 , . 666 
300 998 
400 1,331 
500 1,664 

600 1,997 

700 , , . , 2,330 

800 2,662 

900 2,925 

1 ,000 3,328 


19 


63 

67 


i 13 




70 

73 


38 126 

40 133 


5 17 


23 
24 
25 
26 

27 ., 
28 


77 

80 

83 

86 

90 

98 




41 136 








43 143 

44 146 

45 150 

46 163 


10 33 

11 37 

12 40 

13 43 

14 47 

15 50 


29 


96 
























17 57 


34, ., 


118 




One Box (112 sheets, 14x20) Roc 
allowing 1 inch for lock, and 1% inch 
groove. 

One Box (112 sheets, 20x28) wil 
same allowance for lock and groove. 


fing Tin, will cover 170 square feet, 
on each side of the sheet for standing 

1 cover 360 square feet, after making 


0£» 


Nos. 
Dozen, 


Whistles— Alarm. 
159 Plain. 158 Indicator. 
3.50 4.00 


*► 


Nos. 
Dozes, 


Whistles— Alarm , 

Globe, Niokle.plated. 
153 Plain. 152 Indioator. 
10.00 11.00 



64 




GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 












Wire— Iron, 










Bright, Lacquered, annealed or Galvanized. 








In Bundles of 63 lbs. each. 










Noa. Oto9 10&11 12 13&14 15&16 17 








Pound, .10 .11 .llig 


.12JS .14 


.15 






Annealed Stone Wire. 










In Packages of 12 pounds Each 






' Nob. 




16 


17 18 


19 


30 


Found, 




.14 


.15 .16 


.19 


.20 








Tinned Wire. 






Noa. 




to 9 


10 ill 13 to 14 


15 & 16 


17 


Pound, 




.16 


.1C .17 


.17^ 


.18 








Copper Wire. 






Nos. 




15 


16 17 18 


19 


30 


Pound, 




.30 


.30 .31 .31 


.32 


.32 




Table- 


-WEIGHT 


of 100 Feet and diameter 


of Wire. 




Nob. 





1 


3 3 4 


5 


U 


Lbs. 


2*K 


21 i£ 


18 r B j 15?i 13, 5 T 


ii 5 


9Si 


Inch, 


.306 


.283 


.263 .244 .225 


.207 


.192 


Nob. 


7 


8 


9 10 11 


12 


13 


Lbs. 


8 


7 


4 TH 3 1TT 


iii 


2* 


Inch, 


.177 


.162 


.148 .135 .120 


.105 


.092 


Nob. 


14 


15 


16 17 18 


19 


20 


Lbs. 


IX 


1JS 


1 i: " 


% 


A 


Inch, 


.08 


.072 


.063 .054 .047 


.041 


.035 



TINNERS' SUPPLIES. 




Zinc-Sheet, 

Reoulab Sizes, 36x34, 48x96, 48x108. 



Nob. 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Wire gauge, 


28 


27 


26 


25 


24 


23 


Oz. Bq. ft. 


8 


9* 


10 


12 


14 


16 


Lbs. 3x7, 


11 


13 


UH 


17 


20 


23 


Lbs. 4x8, 


16 


19 


20 


25 


30 


35 



S2>ra<*><*> anil Chopper (S^V 



are. 



n 



.^H M 



> Boilers— 'Wash— All Copper, 

Flat Bottom oe Pit Bottom. 
Nob. 7 8 9 

Inch, 0Xil9 llx20!<; ll)«22Js 

Dozen, 68.00 63.00 67.00 



^ 




Boilers - Wash- Tin, 
with Copper Rim, 

Flat bottom or Pit bottom. 
Noe. 7 8 9 

Inch, 9HX.19 1U20X 11^i22J4 

Dozen, 30.00 32.00 34.00 




Basins— Wash— All Copper* 

No. 3 

Inoh, 11 

Dozen, 8.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Candlesticks— Brass. 



Inch, 

Dozen, 



5 
2.50 



2.75 



6 

3.00 



Cuspidors— Nickel-Plated, 

On Brass. 
No. 100 

Dozen, 8.00 





Cuspidors— Nickel-Plated, 

On Brass. 

no. an 

Dozer), 14.00 




Funnels— Copper. 

Nog. 6 7 8 

Pints, H 1 2 

Dozen, 3.50 4.00 5.00 



4 
6.00 




Funnels— Copper, 

HOOPED. 

Gallons, 1 2 

Each, 3.00 4.50 



3 

6.00 



BRASS AND COPPER WARE. 




Kettles-Tea, 

All Copper, Pit Bottom or Flat Bottom. 



Nos. 


G 


T 


8 


Dozen, 


24.00 


27.00 


30.00 


Nickel-Plated, 


33.00 


36.00 


39.00 




Kettles-Tea, 

Half Copper, Pit Bottom or Flat Bottom. 
Nob. G 7 8 

Dozen, 15.00 16.00 17.00 




Kettles— Tea, 

The IvITTle Joker, all Copper. 
Inch, 4 6 6 

Dozen, 13.60 16.00 16.60 

Nickel-Plated, 21.00 22.00 24.00 




Kettles-Tea, 

New Range, all copper. 
Inch, 6 7 8 

Dozen, 15.00 16.60 20.00 

Niokel-Plated, 22.60 24.00 27.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 






Kettles- 


-Preserving, 








Brass. 






Inches, 
Pounds, 
Gallons, 


7 
1 


8 

i 




9 

l a 4 
l!4 


10 
2 
1« 


11 
25S 
2 


IncheB, 
Founds, 
Gallons, 


12 
4 
2H 


13 
3 




14 

i 


15 
C 

5 


16 
7 
6 


Inches, 
Pounds, 
GallonB, 


M 

8 
8 




18 

losj 

10 


19 
11!4 
12 


20 
14 



Per pound at lowest market rates. 




Measures -Lipped Liquor, 

Copper. 
Size, 1 gill, H pt. 1 pt. 1 qt. 2 qt 1 gal. 
Each, .60 .60 .95 1.20 1.75 2.40 



iiiiiiijiliMj 

6, JV' P5 S>^ 



Measures -Liquor, 
Copper. 
Gallons, 2 3 5 

Each, 5.00 6.50 9.00 



Thieves— Liquor, 

COPPER. 



Size, 
Each, 



1 In. 
1.50 



BRASS AND COrPEK WARE. 




Urns— Hot 'Water, 

All copper, nickel Plated. 
Nos. B 3 B 4 B 5 

Gallons, 3 4 5 

Each, 22.00 26.00 30.00 




Urns— Hot "Water, 

All copper, nickel Plated. 

Nob. 412 413 414 

Gallons, 2 3 4 

Each, 7.00 8.00 9.00 




Soup Stock Pots— Copper; 

Seamless, Tinned Inside. 
Gallons, 3 9 

Inch, 10!«10 13212 16x14 

Pounds, 9M 11 M 15 h 

Each, lb., net, 

With Faucet, add 1.50 each, net. 



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Nos. 

Inches, 

Pounds, 

Each per pound, net 



Covers— Copper, 
Hotel Saucepan, 

Tinned Inside. 
345 350 355 3G5 

7 9& 11% 13& 

1 12$ 2 2H 







Sane 


e Pans- 

TlNNKD Ilv 


-Coppei, 




SIDE. 


Nos. 




145 


150 


155 1G5 


Inch, 




17x6 


10x554 


1x6 13x7 


Quarts, 




3 


6» 


10 1655 


PoundB, 




SH 


6 


7« 12« 


Per pound 


net 










Sauce Fans— Copper, 

Tinned Inside. 

245 250 255 2G5 

7x6 10x6 H 11x8 13x9 

iH 8 13H 21 

I 654 8 IS 



Jfotef ©yare. 




Boilers— Soup Stock, 



Seamless, Re-tinned. 



Gallons. 



Each, 



10.60 



13.50 



With Faucet, add 1.60 each, net. 



Hotel Ware. 




Boilers— Stock, 

Heavy Tin or Galvanized Iron. 
(With Faucet and Bottom Back.) 
Gallons, 10 16 20 3 

Bach, 12.50 15.00 20.00 27. 






Cullenders. 




Nos. 


110 114 217 


331 


Inch, 


13\x4SJ UHxSH 175ii0 


19«i7K 


Each, 


3.00 3.76 6.25 


6.76 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



Dishes— Chafing— Oval or Oblong, 

With Imperial Covers, 
Consisting of Stand, Water Pan, Plate and Cover. 




Inch, 


10 


12 


Each, 


11.25 


13.95 


Inch, 


14 


1G 


Each, 


17.40 


21.75 


Inch, 


18 


20 


Each, 


26.70 


32.75 


Inch, 


22 


24 


Each, 


41.55 


60.70 



Forks— Flesh— 2-Prong. 

Nos. 200 210 

Inch, 20 24 

Dozen, 14.40 18.00 




Ladles. 

Nos. 100 200 300 

Inch, 65612)4 6i2K T4ii!i 

Dozen, 9.00 12.60 16.20 




Fans— Egg, 

Blue and White, Enameled. 
Nos. 00 10 20 30 40 
Inch, iU 6« Sii 7!i 8 

Each, .60 .75 .90 1.20 1.35 



HOTEL WARM. 



Pans— Fry, 




Deep, Polished. 

Nob. 16 18 30 24 

Inch, 636x134 7Xxl*S 8xl*s 9Jsix2 

Bottom meas. J-',, 1^ 5 6'.i 

Each, .40 .60 .80 100 

Noe. 28 33 36 

Inch, ll«x2>.i 13x2k; 14«x2Ji 

Bottom meas. 8 9 10 

Each, 1.50 2.10 2.70 



Sauce Pan Covers— Hotel, 







Re-tinned. 


Nos. 


345 


350 355 


Inch, 


7 


10 11 


Each, 


1.20 


1.80 2.10 




Nob. 
Inch, 
Quarts, 
Each, 



Sauce Pans— Hotel, 

Re-Tinned. 
145 15U 155 165 

7x5 10x5*4 11x6 13x7 

3 6Jb 10 16)$ 

6.25 7.60 9.00 12.00 






Sauce Pans— Hotel. 


& 




Re-tinned. 


Nob. 


245 


850 255 


Inch, 


7x6 


10x6 % 11x8 


Quarts, 


m 


8 13)4 


Each, 


6.00 


9.00 10 50 



205 

13x9 

21 

14.25 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 






Skimmers, 






Flat. 




Nos. 


150 


ISO 


Inch, 


6/8 


7J4 


Dozen, 


10.80 


14.40 




Strainers, 

Chinese. 
Nob. 60 70 75 80 

Inch, 6 7 7% 8 

Each, 4.50 6.00 7.50 9.00 




Oval Soup Tureens, 

With Stands and Water Pans. 
Planished. 



N08. 


300 


300 


400 


Quarts, 


4 


6 


8 


Each, 


15.00 


16.50 


18.76 


Nos. 


500 


eoo 


too 


Quarts, 


10 


13 


18 


Each, 


22.50 


27.00 


31.50 



HOTEL WARE. 




Oval Soup Tureens, 

Planished. 
Kos. 12 3 4 

Quarts. 3 4 6 8 

Each, 6.00 7.50 9.00 10.60 



Nob. 


5 


6 


7 


Quarts, 


10 


13 


13 


Each, 


12.00 


14.25 


16.50 




Oval Soup Tureens, 

Pieced. 
Inch, 10 11 12 14 

Quarts. 4 6 6 8 

Each, 3.00 3.50 4 00 4.50 




Turners- Cake, 
With Steel Blades. 



160 

18 

9.00 



Whips-Hotel-Egg. 

Inches, 12 14 16 18 

Dozen, 6.25 6.60 8.50 9.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Urns— Coffee Crocks, 

Jacketed. 



Gallons, 


2 


3 


4 


Tin Jacket, each. 


9.50 


12.00 


16.00 


Copper Jacket, each, 


16.00 


18.60 


21.00 


Tin milk top, 


2.00 


2.00 


2 60 


Copper milk top. 


3.00 


3 50 


4.00 


Gallons, 


5 


6 


8 


Tin Jacket, each, 


17.00 


21.00 


30.00 


Copper Jacket, each. 


21.00 


30.00 


40.00 


Tin milk top, 


3.00 


4.00 


5.00 


Copper milk top, 


4. SO 


6.00 


7.50 




Urns— Coffee Crocks, 

Sectional View, 

Showing the Earthen Jar, of which we 
use only the beet Eastern Ware, the space 
for hot water and the Cloth Filter. 

"We are headquarters for these goods. 

See prices above. 



<pieceeL (Uinaoare. 




^tnas— on Stand. 

13$ 3 3 Double. 

4^ 5 5'i Sets. 

15.30 18.00 20.70 27.00 



M 



Boilers— Flaring Milk or Rice. 

Quarts, 2 3 

Inch, inside cup, 6x5% 

Dozen, 8.75 



6x6% 



10.65 






Boilers— Plain Pudding. 




Nos. 


1 


a 


3 


Incb, 


6 


6Xi 


m 


Dozen, 


5.G3 


6.88 


7.50 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Boilers— Fluted Pudding. 

Nos. 1 2 3 

Inch, 6 654 in 

Dozes, 12.60 15.00 17.60 




Boilers— Wash, 

, Pit or Flat Copper 
Bottom, IX. 



Noe. 6 

Inch, 18x9 

Dozen, 19.37 



7 

19«x9« 

23.76 



9 

22«kll>< 
28.12 



8 

2o;«xii 

26.62 

10 

25*133$ 
36.00 




Boilers— Wash, 



Tin, 


Pit or Flat Copper 
Bottom, IXX. 


Nob. 
Inch, 
Dozen, 


6 

18x9 
20.00 


7 

19!4x9J!: 

24.63 


8 

20.^111 

26 88 


Nos. 
Inch, 
Dozen, 


9 

muxua 

29.38 


10 

25x13 hi 
37.60 




Bowls- Wash. 





Small. 


Large. 


Inch, 


9% 


11% 


Dozen, 


2.00 


2.60 




Small, 


Large, 




with handle. 


■with hand) 


Inch, 


93£ 


11% 


Dozen, 


2.30 


2.85 



PIECED TINWARE. 






Buckets— Covered. 




Quart a. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


Incb, 


4x4 a 


6x4!$ 


6^x5 


7«x5i£ 


Dozen, 


1.15 


1.66 


1.97 


2.60 


Quarts, 


6 


8 


10 


12 


Inch, 


8^x6)4 


854x8 


0x8 a 


10x9)4 


Dozen, 


3.45 


4.57 


6.20 


6.25 



Buckets— Common Dinner Pails. 

Quarts, 3 4 

iDch, 6x6*3 63^x7 

Cozen, 3.65 5.20 




Buckets -Patent Dinner Pails. 

Inch, G\GH 

Dozen, 6.25 





Buckets— Square Dinner Pails, 

With Ooffee Flask and Teay. 
Inch, 6x8x6 

Dozen, 8.40 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Backets— Flaring Tin Water 
Fails, 

Dish Kettles. 



Quarts, 


10 


12 


14 


Inch, 


105ix8 


11x9 


13x9 


Dozen, 


3.32 


3.75 


4.17 




Buckets— Milk Strainer Pails. 

Quarts. 10 12 14 

Inch, 10)$x8 11x9 13x9 

Dozen, 6 25 7.60 8.32 




Buckets— Extra Dairy Strainer 
Pails. 

16 20 

13!<xl0 lixW'yi 

2.00 2.60 




Buckets— Flaring Extra Dairy 
Pails, 

Banded Bottom. 

Quarts, 16 20 

Inch, 123SX12J6 13xl3J$ 

Each, 1,00 1.25 







PIECED 


TINWARE. 83 




^ 




Cans— Cream, 




[V 


1 1 




Gallons, 
Inch, 


6 10 12 18 
12x13 14x16 15x16 17x19 




\i 


Each, 


2.25 2.50 3.00 3.50 


%1 


i|jp 






^ 


: ^ s ^te 


Cans 


-Fruit, to Seal with 'Wax. 






Quarts, 


12 4 




1 


Inch, 


4!„x4« 5«xi?.i 0i8M 






Dozen, 


.70 1.05 2.00 




J*7 




Cans— Coal Oil. 


1 


K 


Quarts, 


2 4 


1 


m 


Inch, 


5x8 H 6x10 


1 


■p 


Dozen, 


2.92 3.76 


% 


A* 


Cans-Coal Oil Lamp Filler. 


X 


rto 


Quarts, 


1 


1 


M 


Inch, 


6Mx5« 


^ 


jv 


Dozen, 


3.12 



84 




GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 


Yl 


^j 


Cans-Milk. 


djffflfe 


Quarts, 1 2 4 8 12 






Inch, 3%x7J$ 4%xS3$ 6x11 7J*xl5 9x17 




■ ~\i~<&\ 


Dozen, 3.50 6.00 6.75 18.00 23.40 




' ' { 






;r^^^3 








Cans— Syrup. 




tiv 


Gallons, 1 


\ 


a 


Inch, 6x10 

Dozen, 3.60 

A large assortment of plain and decorated Cans 
for Grocers— Coffee, Spices, Honey, etc. 






Can teens— Tin . 


gg^p" 


^^^P^S 


^ Quarts, 2 4 
| Dach, Wi 9H 
Dozen, 3.60 6.00 


~- -zZ^A 


Q§^_ 


am 








|P 


Corers— Apple . 






Inch, 6 






Dozen, .62 









riECED TINWAKK. 




Churns-Tin, with Dasthers. 

Gallons, 2 3 6 8 

Inch, 8x12 9x14 ll!«xl8 18x20 

Each, 1.00 1.25 1.60 2.00 






Cullenders. 






Small. 


Large 


Inch, 


11« 


13« 


Dozen, 


1.97 


2.60 



CR 



Pints, 





Cups. 






a 


1 


2 


i 


3x2 


4x3 


4x4 \ 


6x4 H 


.83 


.60 


.83 


1.15 




Cutters— Fancy Cake. 
Nob. J8 1 No Centres. 

Dozen, .40 .81 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



Cutters— Plain Biscuit. 

Inch, 2H 

Dozen, .27 





Cutters — D onghnn t . 




Inch, 


1% 




3 


Dozen, 


.31 




.42 




Dippers. 






Quarts, 


H 1 


2 


4 


Inch, 


iiixiH 6^13 


6x4 


734x5 


Dozen, 


1.00 1.20 


1.40 


5.60 




T 



Funnels. 

Nob. 1 2 3 4 5 

Pints, Vial. H 1 2 4 8 

Inch, SU 3H 4« 63j 6Ji 8 

Dozen, .40 .47 .67 .77 1.35 2.00 



Funnels— With Strainers* 
Nob. 1 a 3 4 

Dozen, .75 .95 1.15 2.00 




PIECED TINWARE. 






Funnels- 


-Hooped. 




Gallons, 


1 


2 


8 


I &ch, 


9 


10 H 


12 


Each Tin, 


1.00 


1.50 


2.00 






Funnels- 


-Bag. 




Nob. 


1 


3 


3 


Neck, inch, 


m 


3 


3K 


Dozen, 


2.50 


2.76 


3.00 



1 



Graters— Diamond Vegetable. 

Sheet, U H 1 

Inch, 3x6% 4x9 6x12 

Dozen, .62 .82 1.62 




Hoops—Cheese. 

Inch, 8 10 12 14 

Each, 1.60 1.75 2.00 2.60 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



Horns— Blow, Dinner* 

Screw Tip. 
Inch, 11 % 

Dozen, 1.00 





H orns— Blow, 






Boston. 




I neb, 




12 


Dozen, 




1.50 



Kettles-Tea, Tin, 
Pit or Flat Copper Bottom- 
Noa. 6 7 8 9 10 

Inch, 8x8 iiSH 10x8M 11x8*! 12x11 

llozen, 7.60 8.75 11.25 13.76 21.00 





Miners' Lamps. 




Measures— Milk, Graduated. 
Quarts, 1 2 

Dozen, 1.15 2.50 



PIECKI) TINWARE 




Measures— Lipped Liquor- 
Size, 1 gill it pt. 1 pt. 1 qt. 2 qt. 1 gal. 

Dozen, .70 .72 .82 1.15 2.60 8.76 




Measures— Liquor. 

Gallons, 2 3 

Each, 2.75 3.50 





Oilers-Teamsters. 




Quarts, 


a 


1 


Inch, 


3 


i 


Dozen, 


1.67 


2.30 





Oilers— Teamsters, 






With Bails. 




Quarts, 


a 


1 


Inch. 


3 


i 


Dozen, 


1.90 


2.50 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Pans-Dish, I. C. 

Quarts, 10 12 14 16 

Pieces, 4 iy 2 6 533 

Dozen, 3.00 8.60 4.20 4.80 




Quarts, 

Inch, 

Dozen, 

Quarts, 

Inch, 

Dozen, 



Pans-Round Milk. 

a i i)4 2 

0x2)4 7x254 7J£x254 834x2i£ 

1.00 1.05 1,20 1.35 

3 4 6 10 10 IX 

9x3)4 1034x33i 1254x4 16)4x4 1534x4 

1.67 1.87 2.40 3.12 3.50 




Pans— Oval Pudding- 
Quarts, 2 3 4 
Inch, 10x754- 11x8)4 13;<xl0 
Dozen, 1.90 2.60 2.90 



Pans— 1 sheet square. 



Inch, 
Dozen, 



11)4x8 
.90 



Pans Deep,' Square, Bread. 

Nob. 54 Sheet. 1 Sheet. No. 2 No. 3 No. 4 
Inch, 7)4x454 9x5 9x554 9)4x6 11x7 

Dozen, 1.00 1,20 1.57 1.70 2.00. 



PIECED TINWARE. 91 




^■^m »'' Pans— Sauce. 


m 


Quarts, 2 8 4 6 


i ' j 


1^- Inch, 6x4M 6J«6 TilsS^ ay&SH 




Dozen, 1.75 2,30 3.02 3.75 




S^^v Triule Sauce Pans, 


•^IB^a 


i ; 1 9^Jt^ ^ 0B G A s°u NK Stotes. 


^ 


~T flf£ Set ' J' 20 




Pots— Coffee, or Boilers, 


«S6 


^■T^% Plain, 


r 


-si / Quarts, 12 3 4 


L 


','■ Inch. 4'< ; x4;>i ClC 6Mi7!4 7x9 




^^P Dozen, 1.76 2.37 2.75 3.22 




Pots— Coffee, or Boilers with 




s^-, Bail. 


t* 


|j£v Quarts, 2 3 4 6 


V 


' £ ) Inch, 6x6 6Kx7« 7x9 9x9)4 


1 


— ^^fjjjf Dozen, 2.62 3.00 8.60 5.50 


4 


Ba- Quarts, 8 12 16 




^^*^ Inch, 9x11 H 11x12 H 12x13 




Dozen, 8.40 13.50 21.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Pots— Coffee Boilers, Camp> 

Quarts, 2 3 4 6 

Inch, 6x0 054x754 7x9 9x9 

Tin, dozen, 5.25 5.60 5.75 8.70 

Russia, dozen, 7.00 8.00 10.00 12.00 



Pots-Coffee, French Filter. 

Pints, 2 3 4 5 6 

Inoh, 4 iy A 4SS 5 554 

Dozen, 6.40 6.30 7.20 8.10 9.00 




# 



Pots-Coffee. The Boss, 

Quarts, 12 3 4 6 8 

Inch, 4^x5 6«x6 654x7 6x7 7x9 7«xl0 

Dozen, 6.00 7.80 9.60 12.00 15.60 19.80 




Pots— Flaring Round Tea, 

Black Handle, Fanox Spouts. 
2 3 4 5 6 

4J<ix6 6x654 5S$x7 554x8 6x9 

3.00 3.60 4.20 4.80 6.40 



Pots— Flaring Octagon Tea, 

Black Handle, Plain Spout. 
Pints, 12 3 4 5 

Inch, 354x554 4x6*; 4!Jx7 6x754 654x8 
Dozen, 1.75 3.25 3.75 4.50 6.00 




PIECED TINWARE. 



Pots— Marking. 

Small. Med. Large. Stencil. 

Inch, ox2H 5)413 6'Ax3H 6!ix2 
Dozen, 3.00 3 60 4.20 4.20 




Pots- Watering. 



Quarts, 4 


6 


8 


Inch, 6x6 .V. 


7x6 M 


7«x73< 


Doz., Plain, 5.60 


6.95 


8.75 


Doz., Japanned, 6. ST 


8.12 


10.00 


Quarts, 10 


14 


18 


Inch, 8J*x9!-j 


9x9)6 


11x11 


Doz., Plain, 0.87 


1217 


20.00 


Doz,, Japanned, 11.25 


13.50 


21.50 



1 



Pumps— Till. Liquor or Oil. 

Inch, 4'2|.. 

Each. 2.25 



Rattles and 'Whistles. 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 





Rings—Muffin. 




Inch, 


2« 3 


3X 


Dozen, 


.21 .23 


.28 




Steepers - Tea* 

Pints, 1 1% 2 

Inch, 33^x2% 4x3 4x4!$ 

Dozen, 1.05 1.25 1.60 



Scoops— Pieced* 

floe. 13 3 4 5 

Inch, 4 $% SH 93i£ 10?$ 12 

Dozen, 3.00 3.76 4.50 5.25 6.00 7.50 




Scoop and Sifter, 

Hunteb'b. 



Quarts, 
Dozen, 




Scoop and Sifter. 

Elkoxkio. 



FIECED TINWARE. 




Sieves— Ket chain's Metallic, 
Seamless. 

12 . Inch diameter. Standard list. 

Mesh, 16 18 20 

Tinned Wire, Dozen, 5.00 5.25 5.50 

Plain Wire, Dozen, 4.00 4.25 4.50 




Sieves— Salt, Seamless, 

Pebfobated Tim Bottom. 

12 3 u inch diameter. 



Slicers— Egg 

Tin Handle. Black Handle. 

1.88 2.25 




Steamers— for Pots. 

Nob. G 7 8 W lO 

Inch, 9x5 10x6 11x6 & 12x7 13x7 

Dozen, 3.75 4.37 5.00 6.62 6.24 



f]p*» 



Strainers— Gravy. 

Nob. 1 % 

Inch, 4M 6H 

Dozen, 1.20 1.80 



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Strainers—Soup. 



Inch, 

Dozen, 



Testers— Liquor. 

Inch, 1x25 

Dozen, 7.00 




Traps— Choker Mouse, 
Tin. 

Holes, 5 

Dozen, 1,80 



Whips— Egg. 

B. H. Spoon. Tin H. Spoon. Flat. 

.83 .73 .60 



DAIRYMEN S SUPPLIES. 



The Oneida Cheese Vat. 




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EVERY DESCRIPTION Op 

Dairymen's Supplies on Hand or Made to Order. 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




JAPANNED WARE. 



^aparmec} ©y/are. 






Banks-Toy, 






Pebfobated. 




Nob. 


5 


10 


Inch, 


3)«l3)4 


4x4 


Dozen, 


.76 


.96 




Banks— Toy. 



Small 
Style House. 

Inch, 3M*2^xl% 

Dozen, .57 



Large 

House. Gothic. 

4\ix3\x2 4 1 :,x2«xl n , 

.07 .72 




Bath Tubs-Infant. 

Nos. 12 3 

Inch, 28 34 40 

Each, Green, 1.75 2.25 3.12 

Each, Oak, 2.25 2.75 3.75 

Ziuc Plunge Bath, foot Each, 17.60 



Japanned 
Ware. 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Bath TuT>s — Sponge 

Inch, 38 

Each, 6.85 




Bath Tubs Green, 
Hip. 

Inch, 27 

Each, 6.85 







Bath Tubs- Oval, 
Foot. 



Each, Green Wire I « K 
Handle, ( '"> 




Boxes— Knife, with 
Round Corners. 



No. 


2 


Inch, 


12^x8)4 


Dozen, 


9.40 



JAPANNED WARE. 




Boxes— Cash, Fine Finish. 

Noe. 9)4 1054 11)4 

Inch. 6)4X4 7x4X 8?4x5)4 

Dozen, 11.25 13.00 14.50 




Boxes— Heavy Cash, Fine Finish. 

Nos. 8 9 10 

Inch. 8x6Jjx3)4 9x6x3% 934x6)4x4;.; 

Dozen. 11.00 13.00 15.50 



Nos. 


11 12 13 


Inch. 


11x7)4x5 lUixSiixSH 13jrfx9x6>4 


Dozen, 


18.00 20.00 23.00 


Nos. 


1434 1G 


Inch, 


15yxlO)4x6S£ 16%xl21Sx7)4 


Dozen, 


26.00 31.00 



Boxes— Heavy Cash, Sunk Handles 



Nos. 


9 


10 


11 


Inoh, 


9x6x3 H 


9!Sx6!4x4J4 


11x7)4x4?.; 


Dozen, 


14.00 


16.60 


19.00 



Nos. 13 13 14)4 

Inch, lliu8Xx5i( 18Xx9x6M ]5iixl0)4x6i; 
Dozen, 21.00 24 00 27.00 



Nos. 


16 


Inch, 


16%xl2!di71i 


Dozen, 


32.00 



Boxes— Stationers' Cash, 
Sunk Handles, Tumbler Locks. 
Nos. 7 8 9 10)4 1% 



Inoh, 4^x3 6J£x3>!i 6Xx3>4 
Dozen, 12.00 12.50 13.60 



7)4X4 
15.00 



8«x6 
19.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



Boxes— Stationers' Cash, 
Sunk Handles, Flat Keys. 




Inch, 
Dozen, 



434x3 
13.50 



5SSx31£ 



6&X35S 
15.00 



754x4 
16.60 



Inch, 


854x5 8?ix6 10)4x6 


11x7 


115SX7 


Dozen, 


22.60 30.00 32.00 


36.00 


38.60 




Boxes— Bond, Per Dozen. 

Nos. 13 3 

Inch, 9x434x2K 10x6x2J4 Il)$x5}$i3 

Flat Key, 13.60 14.00 14.60 

Com. Key, 12.00 12.60 13.00 




Boxes — Extra Heavy Bank, 
Sunk Handles, Riveted Bands. 
Nob.. 10 12 

Inch, 1034x744x4)4 123<ix8iix5SS 

Each, 4.00 5.00 



Nos. 


14 


1G 


Inch, 


14J4xl054x5K 


16«xll)4x6M 


Each, 


6.00 


7.60 



Any style box made to order, with Combina- 
tion Locks. 



Boxes— Trays for Cash and Bank. 


Nob. 


7 


8 


9 


10SS 


11 


Dozen, 


4.00 


4.00 


4.60 


6.25 


6.76 


Nob. 


13 


13 


14 


15 


16 


Dozen, 


7.00 


10.50 


13.00 


14.50 


17.50 



JAPANNED WARE. 



Boxes— Safe Deposit. 
Nos. o 00 1 a 

Inch, 10x5x3>; 10x5x7!>( 2015x85s 20xSx7H 
Each, 2.20 2.50 3.76 4.65 




Boxes— Post Office. 

Parts, 12 3 3 Extra. 

5«in.highby 45Sx4« 4«x7 4!*xl0 6x14 
Dozen, 2.75 5.00 7.00 9.00 




Boxes-Bill Head. 

Parts, 12 3 3 Long 4 

9 inches wltlo by 1x4 2x6 3x9 3x12 4x12 
Dozen, 2.75 5.00 7.00 9.00 11.00 




Boxes— Square Cake or Bread. 

Small. Medium. Large. 

Inch, 1854x10x9 14Xxllx9)iS 17x12^x11 
Each, 1.00 1.20 1.40 



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Boxes— Round Cake or Bread. 

Small. Medium. Large. 

Inch, 10HMH 12x9% 13x11 

Each, .95 1.16 1.36 




Boxes- 


-Square Spice, 


with round 




inside Boxes. 


Inch, 




9^x6x3% 


Dozen, 




10.00 





Boxes— Lunch. 




N08. 


1 


a 


Inch, 


7x4x25$ 


8x5x3 


DozeD, 


3.25 


3.00 




Boxes— Book, Lunch - 

Inch, 733x5x2?u 

Dozen, 6.00 





JAPANNED 


WARE. 105 






Boxes— Dredge or Flour. 


fi? 




Style, 


Small. Large. 


UL 




loch diam., 2Wj 3 






Dozen, 


.00 .76 








Boxes— Pepper. 


t% 




No. 


a 


LE 




Inch, 


V/i-OX 






Dozen, 


.80 








Boilers-Fish. 






Inob, 


16 18 20 22 U 

X X X X X 














■ • *»•)•.• • • ,w,* • 






7x5 8x5 9x63J 9^x6 9«x7 


^ *** • . • xS-pji" 




Each, 


2.95 3.15 3.75 4.10 5.00 










Boilers— Ham . 






Inch, 


16x9x9 


l^P^ 


[ 


Each, 


3.76 




1 






^^^^•* v^^^ 









GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 






Buckets—Covered. 




Quarts, 


% 1 


2 


Inch, 


4Kl3« 6il 


6x436 


Dozen, 


1.25 1.63 


2.62 



Buckets— Toy. 



Inch, 

Dozen, 



2:' a 



Cannisters— Tea or Coffee. 

Pounds, 12 3 

Inch, 4x8 5x9 6%xlOJ$ 

Dozen, 1.57 2.20 2.87 




Caddies Grocers, Square Front. 



Nos. 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Inch, high, 


SH 


ii a 


13 ii 


153.J 


19 a 


Inch, Tvide, 


6H 


8« 


10 


11M 


13 « 


Inch, deep, 


1H 


9 


10 « 


13 


163S 


Each, 


2.10 


2.90 


3.75 


6.00 


6.85 



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JAPANNED WARE. 




107 






Candlesticks— Common Brown. 


T 


No. 






1 


fc!t*> 


Inch, 






65S 




Doeeo, 






.67 






Candlesticks 


-Planished. 




|j 


Nos. 


D 1 




D 3 


g^JL^ 


iDCh, 


SH 




6!4 


-^j© 


Cozen, 


1.10 




1.20 






Cuspadores— Assorted Colors. 




' 


locb, 






7x4 


^ 


Dozen 






1.00 






Cups- 


-Toy. 




rp 


Inch, 
Dozen 






2* 
.27 


^^ 




Cups— Molasses. 




YI/ 


Pints, 


a 


1 


2 


I ■ 


Inch, 


8x4 


3'.;x5 


JXxC 


a* 


Dozen, 


1.60 


1.76 


2.60 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Coolers— Water, Plated Faucets. 

Gallons, 2 3 4 6 8 

Inch, inside, o^xlO 8xll« 8!<!Xl4 8!Sxl7 10x20 
Each, 8.10 3.50 4.10 4.60 5.10 



Drainers -Tumbler. 

Nob. 3 4 5 

Inch, 14x10 17x11 !i 20xl4!« 

Each, 1.20 1.50 1.80 



Graters— Nutmeg. 




Lamps— Nurse. 



Common, without doors, 
Fancy, with doors, 



Dozen. 
8.12 
9.37 





JAPANNED 


WARE. 109 


vlfrf-BpM it. 


Jgk- ' Each, 


Lamps— Nurse. 

Perforated, with Teakettle. 
1.90 


s. 


iDOh, 

Dozen, 


Lamps— Factory- 

4x3 
2.60 


\% 


No. 
Dozen, 


Lanterns— Tubular. 



9.00 


\mk 


# 


IlH'l). 

Dozen, 


Lanterns— Police. 

2?i 3 
S.25 8.76 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Pails— Chamber, Green. 
Nos. 2 3 4 

y rnirts, 10 12 14 

Inch, SUxll 11x11)4 125^x12 

Dozen, 7.17 7.80 8.25 



Pans— Dust, Brown, 

Inch, 13i83i 

Dozen, 1.50 





Pans— Dust, Half Covered. 

Inch, 13i8Ji 

Dozen, 2.50 




Pans— Dust» Patent, with Brush. 

Inch, 12^x10^ 

Dozen, 10. 65 



JAVANNED WARE. 




Safes-Tin Match. 

Small Large 
8quare. Square. Stella , 

Inch, 3 3% 2kx3Jfi 

Dozen, .60 .65 1.00 




Safes— Iron Match. 

Nos. 1 30 

Inch, 3 J .ix2? fl 4x2& 

Dozen, 2.60 3.00 




Safes— Iron Match. 
Nos. 130 40 lTO 180 

Dozen, .80 2.20 1.25 1.80 



Spittoons— Assorted Colors. 

Nos. 2 Fancy. 2 Common. 

Inch, S^xiiV, Sfexaft 

Dozen, 8 16 2.87 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Toilet— Hotel Slop Jar, 

Oak Grained ob Fancy 




Toilet Sets— 'Water Carrier, 
Foot Tub, Slop Jar. 

Color, Blue. 

Set, 4.00 






Toilet Sets. 




Color, 




lied. 


Set, 




4.00 




Toilet Sets. 



Oat. 
100 



JAPANNBD WAKE. 




Toilet -Pitchers and Bowls. 
Per set, 1.05 




Trays-Oval Tea. No. 395. 

Inch, 12 14 16 18 20 

Dozen, 2.50 3.00 3.90 4.70 5.75 

Inch, 22 24 26 28 

Dozen, 6.90 8.50 10.75 12.86 



Trays— Crumb and Brush. 
Nob. 2 

Dozen, 4.35 8.75 




Pints, 
Inch, 
Dozen, 



Tumblers. 

a 

23U3 

.60 



1 
Sz4 

.65 



Vases— Coal. 

Black and Gold, 6.00 

Maroon and Gold, 6.00 

Add for shovel and tongs holder, 1.60 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



BLACK AND GALVANIZED 




IRONWARE. 



©[afW^iYeiL anil S^faciC 



4 



ronaoare. 



Bowls- 'Wash. 

Inch, 10 10« nH VHi 13 

Dozen, 1.62 1.87 2.25 2.75 3.12 




Buckets— Straight Galvanized 
'Water Pails. 




Quarts, 


10 12 U 


16 


loch. 


10JM854 11x9 12xl0?i 


12x12 a 


Dozen, 


5.63 8.25 6.87 


10.63 


Buckets— Flaring Galvanized 




'Water Pails. 




Quarts, 


10 12 


14 


Inch, 


WHiSH lli.ixO 


ia«x9 


Dozen, 


6.25 7.60 


8.60 


Quarts, 


16 18 


20 


Inoh, 


13iSx9il 13!is9)i 


14\.xl(J 


Dozen, 


9.60 10.60 


12.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Buckets— Galvanized, Fire. 

Quarts, 14 

Dozen, 10.00 




Buckets— Galvanized Well. 

Quarts, 8 12 14 

6.00 7.00 9.00 




Barrels— Galvanized Ash, -with 







Covers 






Nob. 





1 


3 


3 


Inch, 


14x19 


16x22 


18x26 


20x27 


Each, 


2.50 


3.50 


1.60 


6.50 




Canteens— Galvanized. 

Quarts, 2 3 4 6 8 

Iuoh, 7^x3 814x3 93^x33i 9^*4 lO'rixi 
Dozen, 6.75 7.75 9.75 12.75 16.50 



GALVANIZED AND BLACK IRONWARE. 




Canteens— Galvanized Covered 
and Strapped. 


Quarts, 


2 


3 


4 


Incb, 


7«i3 


8 l .,x3 


9HXSX 


Dozen, 


15.76 


17 25 


21.00 


Quarts, 


6 


8 




Inch, 


9«x4 


10^x4 




Dozen, 


21.60 


28.00 






Dippers— Galvanized, 

PIECED. 

Quart b, 2 

Inoh, 6H*3% 

Dozen, 3.60 





Dippers— Galvanized Laundry. 

No. 25 

Inch, 8J$x4 

Dozen, 7.50 



Hods— Coal Japanned , 

STRIPED. 

Incb, 15 16 17 18 

Dozen, C.50 7,00 7.50 8.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Hods— Coal, Galvanized. 

Inch, 15 16 17 18 

DOZBD, 6.60 7.00 7.60 8.00 




Hods— Coal, Japanned, 





HALF COVERED. 




Inch, 




17 


Dozen, 




20.00 




Jars— Hotel) Galvanized* 

Style, Jap'd Outside. Not -Tap 'd 

Quarts, 10 10 

Dozen, 12.50 10.00 




Kegs— "Water, Galvanized- 

Gallons, 12 3 

Dozen, 6.65 10.00 13.50 



GALVANIZED AND BLACK IRONWARE. 




Kettles -Camp. 

Quarts, 4 6 10 12 

Inch, 7i6 8x7 »x8).j 10x9% 

Dozen, Russia, 7 80 10.20 12.00 16.20 

Doz. co m . iron, 4.20 6.00 7.20 9.00 



f 



Kettles— Camp Galvanized. 

QuartB, 4 6 10 12 

Dozen, 6.25 7.10 8.75 11.00 



Lifters — Stove Cover, Zero. 
Inch, 11 Tinned. Japanned. 

Dozen, .80 .70 



Lifters— Stove Cover Cast. 

No. 10 

Inch, 9JS 

Dozen, .60 



Lifters— Stove Cover, 
'Wood Handle. 

Inch, 10 

Dozen, .50 




Pails— Galvanized Chamber. 



Noe. 


tsH 


ay, 


4X 


QuartB, 


10 


12 


14 


Dozen, 


8.76 


9.35 


10.65 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 






Pans— 


"Acme," Try, 

Lipped. 




Nob. 


00 





i a 


3 


Inch, 


6 


8 


8^ 9 


<iV, 


Dozpd 


1.00 


125 


1.85 2.15 


2.35 


Nos. 


4 


5 


e 


7 


Inch, 


10 


11 


12 


13 


Dozen 


2.65 


3.00 


8.80 


4.00 




Pans— Polished Fry. 

Nos. 1 a 3 4 

Inch, 1% an 9 9»< 10 

Dozen, 1.90 2.36 2.65 3.00 3.30 

Nos. 5 6 7 8 

Inch, liy 12 13!o 14% 

Dozen, 3.75 4.37 6.00 11.25 




Pans— Fry, Returned, 
Deep, Hammered. 
Nos. 13 3 4 5 
Inch, iH 9 92s 10 1034 11 
Dozen, 3.75 4.13 4.60 S.25 6.00 6.75 
Nos. 6 7 8 10 11 

Inch, 111; 12 13 14% 15 

Dozen, 7.50 8.68 9.75 12.00 13.50 



Pans— Minings Russia. 




16J4 

10.60 



GALVANIZED AND BLACK IRONWARE. 








Pans— Dripping, 












Bksx Smooth Iron. 








6)6x18 


7x8 


7)4x9 7x10 7x14 


8x10 


8x12 


10x10 


12)6 


9 


1036 10J6 15 


11 H 


13)4 


18 if 



Inch, 
Lbs. doz. 



Inch, 8x17 8)6x15 9x12 9x14 9x15 934x16)6 10x12 10x14 10x15 

Lbs. doz., 18)6 1734 UH 17U 1834 20)6 17 1856 205=i 

Inch, 10x16 10x17 10x19 11x11 11x15 11x16 11x17 12x12 

Lbs. doz., 20)4 22 25 16)4 20)6 21)6 12'4 19ii 

Inch, 12x17 12x20 13x13 14x14 14x16 16x17 16x20 18x19 

Lbs. Doz., 25 27)6 2154 28)6 23SS 80)6 381; 3634 




Pipe— Stove- 
Inch, 4 4)6 6 5)6 6 7 
Com. pr. joint, .22 .24 .25 .27 .30 .35 
Galvanized " .33 .35 .37 .42 .47 .54 
Russia " .42 .47 .57 .67 .75 



Peerless Stove Pipe, 

No rivets used. 50 joints in a crate. 
Inch, 4 4 34 6 6)6 6 7 

Com. iron, .21 .23 .24 .26 .28 .33 



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Pipe— Elbow, Stove, 

Square. 
Inch, 4 iVi 6 65s 6 7 

Common, each, .22 .24 .25 .27 .30 .35 
Galvanizes, " .33 .36 .37 .42 .47 .64 
Kussia, " .42 .47 .57 .67 .76 




Pipe EIIjow— Stove, Charcoal, 
Four Pieced. 
Inch, 4 454 6 554 6 7 

Dozen, 2.00 2.10 2.25 2.60 2.50 3.00 




Pipe Elbows— Stove Charcoal, 

ADJUSTABLE. 

Inch, I 456 B 6H 6 

Dozen, 3.00 3.00 3.50 4.60 6.00 




Pipe— Elbow, Stove, Corrugated. 

Inch, 4 454 6 65s 6 7 

Doz. Charcoal, 3.60 4.00 4.60 5.00 5.50 6.50 
Doz. Galv'd, 4.50 6.00 8.00 9.00 10.00 12.00 
Doz. Russia, 6.00 6.00 8.00 9.00 10.00 12.00 



GALVANIZED AND BLACK IRONWARE. 




Side Roof Tubes. 

( Galvanized, 
Inch. 4 4J£ 5 5% 6« perdozen, 
( '20.00 



Inch. 1 ■!'.■ 6 5 1 .. 6-j perdozen, 
10.00 






Ridge Roof Tubes. 


loch, 


4 i!i 5 b'A 


( Galvanized, 
6 ] per dozen, 
( 20.00 


Inch, 


4 m 5 5% 


( Tin, 

6 ; per dozen, 

( 10.00 



In ordering please give "pitch" of roof. 




Pots— Galvanized Watering. 

Quarts, 4 6 8 10 

Dozen, 12.60 15.00 19.00 22 00 

Quarts, 12 16 20 

Dozen, 26.00 80.00 52.60 



Pokers— Brass Head, Bent. 
Nos. 13 3 



\l Inch, 
Dozen, 



17 
3.10 



19 
4.00 



22 
6.30 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



Pokers— 'Wood Handle, Bent. 

Nos. 01 08 03 04 

Inch, 16 19 17 20 

Dozen. 2.10 2.45 1.60 1.67 






r 



«=o 



Pokers— Ring Top, Bent. 
Nob. 05 07 

Inch, 16 19 

Dozen, 1.10 1.25 




Shovels— Wrought Handle, 
Coal. 

Blade, 4J*x7 

Inch, Uii 

Dozen, 1.00 




Shovels— Cottage, Coal. 

Blade, -His' 

„*, Dozen, .76 






ff Shovels— Palace, 




Long Handle. 


Blade, 


4%x7 


Dozen, 


1.25 






GALVANIZED AND BLACK IRONWARE. 



Shovels— Cast Handle, Coal. 
Nos. 11 1154 

Inch, 4^x7 5x8 

Dozen, 1.35 1.50 



Shovels- Wood Handle, Coal. 

Long 
Handle. 
Nos. 12 012 13 14 



Inch, 4)6x6% 
Dozen, 1.68 



2.00 1.85 



5x7% 
1.92 






Shovels and Tongs 




Iron Head. 


Nos. 


±f 5 


Inch, 


22 26 


Pair, 


.35 .40 




Shovels and Tongs — 
Brass Head. 
Noe. 12 3 

Inch, 19 22 25 

Pair, 1.90 2.10 2.65 3 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Shovel, Tongs and Poker, 

Kitchen Fire Setb, -with Stand. 
Nob. 12 3 4 7 

Per Set, 1.20 1.20 1.30 1.30 1.50 

Height, IT inches. 
Uo. 7 has Blower Holder. 




Shovel, Tongs and Poker. 

Kitchen Fihe Set, with Stand. 
Nos. 25 26 

Style, Shear Tongs. Claw ToDgs 

Per Set, 1.25 1.35 



Tongs— Spring, Coal. 

' No. 39 

Inch, 16 

Dozen, 2.25 



GALVANIZED AND BLACK IRONWARE. 127 



Tongs— Spring, Coal. 

No. 40 

Inch, 18 

Dozen, 3.00 



Tongs— Shear, Coal, 

No. 1 

Inch, 13 

Dozen, 1.50 




Tnhs-Galvanized, 'Wash. 

Small. Medium. Large. 
Inch, 20xl0« 22xl0« 24x10)4 
Each, 1.85 2.00 2.25 








Tubs— Galvanized, Foot. 



Inch, 
Dozen, 



19 
14.50 



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CAST HOLLOW WARE. 



d>oi>£ eKoffoao (S^/are. 






Bowls- 


-Scotch. 








Plain. 




Nos. 


l 




3 


3 


Eueli, 


.35 




.40 


.45 


Nog. 


4 




•» 


6 


Plain, 


.50 




.60 


.70 




Nos. 

EbcI). 

Nos. 

Esoh, 



Bowls— Scotch, 

White ob Flint Enameled. 
1 3 

.CO .75 



3 

.90 

e 

1.40 




Bowls — Yankee, 

Pl.UK. 
1 3 

.33 .45 

4 
.65 .75 



3 

.6.1 

u 

90 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 






Bowls- 


-Yankee, 






White Enameled. 




Nob 


1 


2 


3 


Each, 


.60 


.75 


.90 


Nob. 


4 


5 


6 


Each, 


1.10 


1.20 


1.40 




Boilers—Round, 

Enameled or Tinned. 
Quarts, 1 \% 2 2Ja 8 4 

Each, .48 .50 .68 .68 .73 .84 

QnortB. 5 6 7 8 10 12 

Each, .96 1.11 1.21 1.31 1.56 1.70 

Gallons, 3'.. 4 5 6 

Each, 2.00 2.15 2.50 3.40 




Boilers— Oval, 

Enameled ob Tinned. 



2 1% 
1.65 1.80 



3 3>d 

2.10 2.30 



5 7 8 

3.00 3.40 4 50 5.30 



4 
2.60 

10 
6 50 




Bake Ovens— with Covers, 

With oh Without Legs. 
Nob. 3 354 4 4H 5 

Inch. 14 13 12 11 10 

Each, 2.00 1.70 1.40 1.00 .85 



CAST HOLLOW WARE. 



Griddles— Round Handled, Cake. 



Has. 


6x7 


8 





10 


Inch, 


9 


10 


11 


12 


Each, Plain, 


.25 


.27 


30 


.40 


Each, Flint ) 
Enameled, f 


.35 


.40 


.45 


.55 



Griddles— Round Handled, Cake, 

Erie. 
Nob. G 7 8 9 10 

Each, .30 .34 .38 .42 .62 




Griddles— Long Cake. 

Nos. 7 8 9 

Each, .45 .60 .60 .75 



Gridiron s— Square* 

Nob. 6 7 

Inch, 10x10 11«X12 



Each, 



10x10 
.40 



.60 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Irons— Waffle, 

American. 
6x7 7x8 8x9 

12.00 14.00 16.00 



9ll0 

18.00 




Irons— 'Waffle . 

Nob. 6x7 7x8 8x9 9x10 

Each, .60 .76 .90 1.00 




Kettles— Maslin Preserving, 
White and Flint Enameled. 



Quarts, 


2 


3 


3% 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Each, 


.60 


.65 


.70 


.75 


.90 


1.10 


1.20 


Quarts, 


8 


10 


12 


11 


16 


20 


24 


Each, 


1.30 


1.40 


1.60 


3.75 


2.00 


2.60 


3.00 




Kettles— Iron Tea. 

Nob. G 7 8 9 

Plain, .75 .80 .90 1.00 

Flint Enameled, 1.40 1.60 1.80 2,00 



CAST HOLLOW WARE. 




Kettles-Iron Tea, 

Galvanized. 
Nob. 6 7 8 9 

Each, 1.30 1.36 155 1.75 



Kettles— Iron Tea, 

"EniK " 
Nob. 6 7 8 9 

Each, .90 D(i 1.08 1.20 



Kettles— Round Bottom, 
Stove» 

"Erik." 
Noa. G 7 8 

Each, .70 .80 .96 1.16 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Kettles— Pit Bottom, Stove. 

"Ebie." 
Nob. 7x8 8x9 9x10 

Each, .90 1.10 J. 30 




Kettles— Round Bottom, 
Stove. 

Nob. 6 7 8 

Inch, 9Jix7 9^x73^ 10x8 

Ground, .65 .65 .70 

Flint Enameled, .75 .85 .95 



Nos. 


9 


10 


Inch, 


11^x8)4 


18x10 


Ground, 


: 85 


1.00 




Kettles— Pit Bottom, Stove. 

Nos. G 7 8 9 10 

Ground, .66 .66 .70 .85 1*0 






CAST HOLLOW WARE. 




Kettles— Pit Bottom, Stove. 

eccentbic. 
Nob. Gx7 7x8 8x9 9x10 

Inch, 9x7)4 10x8 WHxsa 11x0 
Each, .66 .70 .85 1.00 




Kettles— Flat Bottom, Stove. 

Nos. C 7 8 a 10 

Ground, .65 .05 .70 .85 1.00 




Pots— Round Bottom, Stove. 

" Ebie." 
Nob. c 7 s 9 

Each, .90 1.00 1.1C 1.82 



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Fots~ Pit Bottom, Stove, 

"Ekie." 

No8. 7x8 8x9 9x10 

Each, 1.10 1.34 1.C0 




Pots— Round Bottom, Stove. 



Nos. 


6 


7 


8 


Inch, 


9«i8 


9%\SH 101ix9 


Ground, 


.65 


.75 


.85 


Flint Enameled 


.85 


1.00 


1.15 


Nos, 


9 




10 


Inch, 


uyiilOH 


12^x103$ 


Ground, 


1.C0 




1.25 




Pots— Pit Bottom, Stove. 

Nos. 6 7 8 9 10 

Ground, .65 .76 .86 1.20 1.25 



CAST HOLLOW WARE. 




Pots-Pit Bottom, Stove. 

Eccentric. 
Nob. Ui7 7x8 8i» 9x10 

Inch, 9!«aj4 1UJ4X9 ll!iiO»i 12)«il0« 

Each, .75 .85 1.CI0 1.20 




Pots— Flat Bottom Stove. 

Nos. G 7 S 9 

Ground, .05 .75 .85 1.00 








Spid 


Bra— Lipped- 


Nos. 


6 




7 8 


Inoh, 


9 




9H 10!.. 


Flint Enameled. 


.40 




.45 .55 


Ground, 


.27 




.30 .35 






Spiders— Extra Size. 


Nob. 


O 




7 


Inch, 


9H 




wa 


Bach, 


.30 




.35 



9 

11 



10 

12 
.80 
.50 



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Nob. 
Each, 




Spiders— Extra Finish, 

"Ebie." 
6 7 8!) 

.38 .42 .60 .56 



10 

.70 



Pans— Flat, Heater. 

Nos. 6 7 . 8 9 

Each, .46 .60 .60 .75 






Pans 


—Bellied 


Sauce, 






White 


Enameled 


3R Tinned. 




Quarts, 


1 


1% 


2 


2« 


3 


4 


Each, 


.48 


.66 


.63 


.68 


.73 


.84 


Quarts. 


5 


6 


7 


8 


10 


12 


Each, 


.96 


1.11 


1.21 


1.31 


1.56 


1.70 






CAST HOIXOW WARE. 






Pans— Cast, Gem. 

No. 1. Inch, 8, No. of Oups, 11, Each, 40 

No. a. Inch, 3. No. of Oups, 11, Eaoh, .40 
No. 3. Inoh, 3, No. of Cups, 11, Each, .40 

No. 4. Inch, 2%x4M, No. of Cups, 8, Each, .40 

No. 5. Inch, 2J«x4, No. of Onps, 8, Eaob. .40 

No. 6. Inch, 2x3, No. of Oups, 11, Each, .40 

No. 1. Inch, 2Hx35i, No. of Cups, 8, Each, .40 

No. 8. Inch,2ijx3M, No. of Oups, 11 , Each, .40 
No. 9. Inch, 2%, No. ot Cups, 11, Each, .40 



Cast Hollow 
Ware. 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Pans—Cast, Gem. 
No. 10. Inch, 224, No.ofCnps.ll. Each, .60 

No. 11. Inch, 2x3l£, No. of Caps, 12, Each, .45 




mm 



Pans— Vienna Rolls. 



Inch, 3Jixl2 No of Cups, 2, - Each, .40 



f. Inch. SxGH, No. ofOups, 4, Each, .40 



GEORGE H. TAY St CO. 




HOUSE-FURNISHING HARDWARE. 



Jfarcjcjoare. 



Beaters— Egg, Dover* 
Dozen, 2.00 




Beaters— Egg, 

The P. D. & Co. 
Dozen, 2.00 




House- 
furnishing 

Hardware, 



Beaters— Egg, Spiral. 



Dozen, 



GKORGK H. TAY & CO. 



Beaters— Egg, Bryant. 

Dozen, 1.65 




Broilers or Toasters-Wire-tinned. 
Nop. A, 8x6 in. Dozen, 1.25 

Broilers or Toasters— 'Wire-tinned. 

Nos. 12 3 

Inch, 6 8 10 12 



Doz., Heavy, 3.01) 

Doz., Ex. Heavy, 4.50 
Doz., Oyster, 5.03 



3.50 
5.S0 
COO 



1.00 6.00 

6.60 7.60 

7.00 8.00 




Broilers— Extra Heavy Riveted, 

Re-tinned. 
Nob. 20 21 32 23 34 35 

Inch, 0x7 11x8 12x9 13x10 15x11 16x12 
Dozen, 16.25 17.50 20.00 22.50 25.00 27.50 






Boards— Zinc, 


Stove," 






Paper Lined— round. 




Inch, 


24 


26 28 


30 


32 


\ Each, 


1.00 


1.10 1.20 


1.40 


1.60 


f| 




Square. 






"J! Inch, 


24 


26 28 


30 


32 


V Each, 


1.20 


1.40 1.60 
Oblong. 


1.80 


2.00 


Inch, 


22x34 


24x28 


24x36 


30x36 


Each, 


1.60 


1.40 


1.80 


2.00 



HOUSE-FURNISHING HARDWARE. 

Boards— Crystal Tin, Stove, 

paper Lined— Round. 




Inch, 


21 


23 28 


30 


33 


Each, 


1.00 


1.15 1.25 
Squarf. 


1.10 


1.60 


Incb, 


■24 


26 28 


30 


33 


Each, 


1.26 


1.10 1.55 
Oblong. 


1.70 


2.00 


Inch, 


2Gx32 


28x31 


30x28 


32x12 


Each, 


1.50 


1.70 


2.00 


2 30 




Wood Lined -Round. 




Inch, 


26 


28 


30 


33 


Each, 


l.GS 


1.75 
Square. 


1.00 


2.10 


loch. 


215 


28 


30 


33 


Each, 


2 00 


2.25 
Ol!LONG. 


2.60 


2.75 


Iuch, 


26x32 


28x31 


30x33 


32x12 


Each, 


2.10 


2.35 


2.75 


3.00 



Brushes— Stove. 

Nos, 31 51 K4 173 

Each, .'20 .85 .65 1.25 




Cleaners— Cliain, Pot, 





Steel wire 


Nos. 


1 


Dozen, 


1.25 



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Covers— Wire Dish, Blue, 




Bound. 


Inch, 


6 7 8 9 10 


Cozen, 


1.20 1.45 1.75 2.10 2.50 




Extra Sizes. 


Inch, 


12 14 


Dozen, 


1.60 6.00 




Dogs- 


-Ring Top, Fire. 




Bronzed. 


Nob. 


1 a 3 


Inch high, 


17 14 13 12 


Pair, 


1.65 1.50 1.35 1.15 




Freezers— Cream, 

Peerless. 



Quarts, 2 


3 4 6 8 


10 


Each, 3.75 


4.50 5.50 7.00 9 00 
Champion. 


12.00 


Quarts, 


12 16 20 


40 


Each, 


13.00 15.00 18.00 





" with fly-wheel 24.00 27.00 40.00 
" Double aotion, ) 
with fly-wheel and [ 35.00 40.00 80.00 
platform, ) 

Each, doable-action, ) 
with fly-wheel forf 40.00 45.00 85.00 
power, ) 




Fryers— Saratoga Potato, 

Tinned Wire. 
Nos. 1 2 

Dozen, 5.60 6.00 



HO0SR-FURNTSHING HARDWARE. 




Irons— Smoothing or Sad. 

Pounds, 6 7 8 9 10 

8 tar, 

New Ed gland, 




Irons— Sad. Gleasons' Shield, 

Nickel Plated, 
Pounds, 6 7 8 

Dozen, 8.50 9.00 9.60 




Irons —Laundry, Polishing. 

Noe. 3 3 

Pounds, 6 . 6 




Irons— The Sensible* 

Cold Handled, No. 2. 
Style, Nickeled. PoliBhed. 

Per set, 2.50 2.00 

Extra Handles, each, .33. 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 






Irons— Mrs. 


Potts,' 






Cold Handled. 






Nob. 


50 






55 


Style, 


Nickeled. 






Polished 


Per set, 


2.50 






2.00 




Extra Handles, 


each, 


.38. 






Irons— Charcoal, 



Style, 




Family. 






Tailore 




Nob. 


1 


3 3 


4 








PomidS, 


Ut 


6 654 


7 


14 


16 


18 


Dozen, 




10.00 






22.60 





J aggers- Paste. 

Brass. Tinned Iron. 

Dozen, 1.12 • .60 



Pie Crimper and Trimmer, 

NATIONAL.. 

Dozen, .SO 



HOUSF^FURNTSHING HARDWARE. 




Knives— Mincing, 

Iron Handle. 






Knives — Mincing, 




No. 


Wood Handle. 


G 


Dozen, 




3.60 




Knives—Mincing, 



Mashers— Potato, 

Tinned Wire. 



No. 
Dozen, 



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Mills— Coffee, Iron Hopper Box. 

Nos. 13 3 

Dozen, 9.50 8.50 7.00 




Mills— Coffee, Iron Hopper Box. 

No. 31 

Dozen, 7.00 




Mills-Coffee, Side. 

Nob. Cain. 1 

Dozen, 25.00 15.00 9.00 



3 

6.50 



Wilson's. 

6.00 




Mills-Coffee, Side. 
Nos. 180 170 160 150 

Dozen, 16.00 10.00 8.00 7.50 



HOUSE-FURNISHING 


HARDWARE. 


151 


-j Mfc 


Openers-Can, 




^^^ 


American. 




toM N ° 8 ' 





3 


'" Dozen, 


.60 


1.80 


cv 


Openers— Can. 




>o^ 


Sensible. 




T^ IJLlii 8tyle ' 


Japanned. 


Nickeled. 


^H^T Dozen, 


1.00 


1.70 




Openers— Can, 




C, **~ '"^T 


Easy. 


1.00 


Dozen, 


1 


Openers— Can, 




^ |) , , djBfT^ Sprague's, Wood Handle. 


CJL '"^ NO. 




a 


VJ Dozen, 




1.50 



House- 
Furnishing 
Hardware. 



GSORGH H. TAY & CO. 





Oilers— Malleable. 
Nos. 12 3 

Dozen, 3.60 4.00 4.40 



Oilers— Chace's Machine, 

Ztnc, with Tin Bottom. 



Nob. 

Dozen, 


.0 

1.25 


1 
1.50 


2 

2.00 


3 

2.25 


Nob. 
Dozen. 




4 

2.75 3 


5 

.60 


6 

4.50 


Kos. 
Dozen, 


1 

2.50 


BRASS. 

a 3 

3.50 4.00 


4 

4.75 


5 

6.00 


Nob, 
Dozen, 


1 
2.75 


Copper. 

% a 

3.75 4.25 


4 

6.00 


5 

5.25 




Polish— Stove, 

Imperial, 



Gross, 




Press and . Strainer. 

The P. D. & Co. 
Dozen, 7.00 



HOUSK-FURNISHTNG HARDWARE 




Poppers— Corn, 
Union. 

Capacity double the one quart. 
Dozen, 3. GO 

It is a good thing. 




Poppers— Corn* Tin Lid, 
Round. 
Dozen. 1,1 



Poppers— Corn, Wire Lid, 

Squabe. 
Regular. Extra Large. 
Quarts, 1 2 

Dozen, 1.80 3.60 



Skimmers— Ve get ab 1 e , 

Wood Handle, Tinned Wire. 
Inch, 14 

Dozen, 1,00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Stands— Tinned 'Wire, Tea Pot, 

Crown, 

Inch, BH 

Dozen, 1.75 




Stands— Cast, Tea Pot, 

Japanned. 
No. 35 

Dozen, .75 




Strainers— Tea of Coffee, 
Tinned Wire. 

Style, National. German. 

Dozen, 1.26 .65 



Strainers— Tinned "Wire. 
Black Handles. 
Nos. 12 3 

Inch, 2H 3% 4, 

Dozen, 2.75 3.25 4.25 



Strainers— Bowl, Tinned 'Wire. 
Inch, 5 

Dozen, 1.25 



HOUSE-FURNISHING HARDWARE. 




Squeezers— Lemon, Porcelain 
Lined. 

Dozen, . 6.00 




Squeezers— Lemon, Tinned. 
Dozen, 2.60 




Traps-Ply, 

Harper. 




Traps— Fly, Plated Wire, 

Balloon. 
Dozen, 2.40 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



Toasters— Cross* 
No. 1 

Dozen, 1.20 



THE NKW WAT. 




Wax Strings— for Sealing 
Cans and Jars. 

100 in a box. 1000 in a case. 

Inch, 12 14 

Per thousand , 6.50 7.00 



THE OLD WAY, 




Trait Wax, 

In one pound boxes at lowest market rates. 



inner^' (Uoofe aniL 
Macftine^. 




Stows Adjustable Bar 
Folder, 

Will turn lucks from w 8 g to 1 inch 
in width. 



20 
30.00 



54 

30 
40.00 




Stow's Encased Grooving 
Machine, 

No. 1. For Heavy Work. 
Inch, 20 

With StaiKlanl. 13.50 




Brass Mounted Grooving 
Machine. 



Nos. 


1 


a 


Inch, 


20 


17 


With Standard. 


18.50 


11.00 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Stow's Encased Wiring 
Machine , 

With adjustable Boxes. 
With Standard, 34.00 

Without Standard, 13.25 




Raymond's "Wiring 
Machine, 

With Adjustable Boxes. 

With Standard, 12.00 

Without Standard, 31.25 




Encased Setting Down 
Machine, 

Stow's or Raymond's. 
With Standard, 9.75 

Without Standard , 9 00 



TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 




Stow's Encased Turning 


' Machine, 




LARGE. 




With Standard, 


11.60 


Without Standard, 


10.75 


Small. 




With Standard, 


11.25 


Without Standard, 


10.50 




Raymond's Turning 


Machines, 




LARGE. 




With Standard, 


10.25 


Without Standard, 


9.50 


Small. 




With Standard, 


10.00 


Without Standard, 


9.25 







Stow's Encased Burring 


Machines, 




LARGE. 




With Standard, 


10.50 


Without Standard, 


9.75 


SMALL. 




With Standard, 


10.00 


Without Standard, 


9.25 



160 GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 


'H 


Raymond^ Burring Machines, 

^fe. LARGE. 

E&L With Standard, 9.00 

W^ Without Standard, 8.25 

'; SMALL. 

With Standard, 8.50 
3»> Without Standard, 7.75 




Stow's Improved Wiring Machine 
1 Standard* 

Each, 1.00 




Stow's Improved Small Machine 
Standard. 

Each, 1.00 



TINNERS* TOOLS AND MACHINES. 




Raymond's 'Wiring Machine 

Standard. 

Each, .75 




Raymond's Small Machine 
Standard. 




Moore's Double Seaming 
Machine. 

No. 'i for common -work, with stand, 19.00 
No. 3 for email work, with stand, .16.00 



Tinners' 
Tools ano 
Machines. 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Stow's Double Seaming 
Machine* 

No. 5 with Setting Down,. 28.00 

No. 10 with't Setting Down, 24.00 

Eleven Discb, 



Stow's Beading 
Machines, 
Nos. 3 4 5 

Inch, 7Jjs 6 i 

Pairs Boilers, 3 45 

With Stand, 26.25 19.75 16.76 




Stove Pipe Crimper 
and Header, 

With Improved Standard, 12.00 




Stove Pipe Former. 

Nos. J 3 1 Tin Pipe. 

Bolls, 2 m 1% 

Inch, 30 30 20 

Each, 19.00 18.00 10.00 



TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 




Stove Pipe Former. 

Nob. 10 20 

Rolls. 2 ljj 

Inch, 30 30 

Eacli, 26.00 25.00 




Stows Tin Pipe Former, 

Slip Roll. 
No. 30 

noils, m 

Inch, 20 

Each, 13.00 




'Wire Ring Former or 
Winder. 

Each, 3.00 



Miller's Wire Bail 
Former, 



Each, 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 





Stow's Double Seaming 
Machine* 

No. 5 -with SettiDg Down,. 28.00 
No. 10 wlth't Betting Down, 24.00 
Eleven Discs. 



Stow's Beading 
Machines. 
Nob, 3 4 5 

Inch, 7Jfi 6 4 

Pairs Rollers, 3 4 6 

With Stand, 26.25 19.75 16.75 



Stove Pipe Crimper 
and Eeader, 

With Improved Standard, 12.0i 




Stove Pipe Former. 
Nob. I 2 1 Tin Pipe 

Rolls, 2 1% 1& 

Inch, 30 30 20 

Each, 19.00 18.00 10.00 





TINNERS' TOOLS 


AND MACHINES. 163 








Stove Pipe Former. 








Nob, 10 20 








Rolls. 2 m 






m _JD '-V '$ 


►inch, 30 30 
Each, 2(3.00 25.00 


R.T: 






_ 


L ■ _ ^ 


— ^rT^Hn 




' --i. 












Stows Tin Pipe Former, 








Slip Roll. 
No. 30 
Rolls, 1 % 










Inch, 20 






Each, 13.00 






Wire Ring Former or 






Winder. 

Each, 3.00 






Miller's Wire Bail 




"~* 


Former, 
For Pails. 
Each, l.£0 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Miller's Oval Handle 

Former, 
For Oval Wire Rings. 




Boiler Expander, 

Patented. 
Each, 5,oo 




Wright's Sheet Iron Folder. 

No. 1 

Inch, 30 

Each, 12.00 



TINXliKS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 




Wright's Sheet Iron 
Folder, 





'Wood Bottom Sheet Iron 




Folder. 




No. i 




J£ Inch. 30 









Iron Bottom Sheet Iron 
Folder. 

No. 10 

Inch, so 



Each, 



10.00 




Stow's Gutter Header. 

Nob. O 1 

Inch, 30 20 

Rod, J$ or & % or % 

Each, 10.00 6.50 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




Iron Bottom Gutter 

Beader. 

Nos. 02 1 

Inch, 30 20 

Each, 6.00 4.00 



Steel Gutter Rods. 
Inch, 20 30 

Rod, % to H Vito'4 

Each, 2.00 3.00 




Squaring Shears, 

Siow'a IMPBOVED. 

Nos. 20 30 

Cuts Inch, 20 30 

With Frame, 36.00 60.00 




Flanders 1 Circular Shears, 

Eouh Paik of Dibob. 
One Pair, Each, 1% 3 £% 7?a inch. 
No. 1, with Edge Turner, 30.00 
No. 1, without Edge Turner, 26.00 



TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 




Waugh's Circular Shears. 
Noa. 1 a 

Inch, 14 20 

Each, 33.00 38 00 

Squaring Attachment, 10.00. 




Soldering Frames. 

Complete with Treadle and Rud, 5.00 

Cylinders for 1 qt. or 2 qt. I ,, nn 
Fruit Cans, > 

Cylinders for 5 lb. or 10 lb. \ « ko 
Lard Cans, j " 



Nos. O 

Cuts Inch, 10)4 

Each, 12.00 

Nob. 3 

Cuts Inch, 8?a 

Each, 6.00 



Bench Shears- 

l 



800 
4 



Elbow Bench, 5.25. 



a 

8% 
7.00 

5 

7 
4.00 




Hand Shears or Snips. 

Nob. 1 a :t 4 5 6 

Cuts Inch, iM 4 3,Vj 3>j 3 2H 

Eioh, 3.00 2.50 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.40 

Nos. l!^ "I 8 9 10 

Cuts Inch, 4 H 4 3,H> 3 1% 

Each, 3.00 2.60 2.00 1.50 1.40 



Nob. 
Each, 



ClBOUXAB. 
7 
3.50 



8 
3.00 



9 

2.50 



168 


GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




— Berridge's Double 
s^rT^ Cutting Shears, 




V ; Fon Tin and Ibon. 




|fc*v^ N »»- i 3 




Each, 2.25 3.00 


Bench Plates. 


A * r- el 


/ Nob. 13 
■ - * 7 Inch, 48x8 37x8 30x8 






Raising Hammers. 




d(!] Nos. 13 3 4 




Each, 2.25 1.75 1.25 .75 




Riveting Hammers, 




Handled. 




i^g^p* Nos - 12 3 4 5 




Inch, 1!» 1 ?; 34 54 




Each, .82 .70 .57 .45 .40 



TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 




Setting Hammers. 

Handled. 
Nos. 13 3*5 

Inch, l'„ 1 % '4 ii 

Each, .82 .70 .57 .45 .40 




Beakhorn Stake. 

Nos. i a 

LlM. .45 40 

Each, 15.00 13.25 




Double Seaming Stake. 

Nos. 1 2 

Inch, 12x17 11x11 

Each, 9.00 8.00 




Double Seaming Stake, 

With Four Heads. 

Set, 9.00 



GEORG35 H. TAY & CO. 




Berridge's Double 
Cutting Shears, 

Foe Tin and Ibon. 
Nos. 1 % 

Eac'j, 2.25 3.00 




Bench Plates. 

Nos. 12 
Inch, 48x8 37x8 30x8 



Each, 



7.00 



6.00 



3.00 



sm 



Raising Hammers. 
Nob, 12 3 4 

Each, 2.25 1.76 1.26 .76 



Riveting Hammers, 

Handled. 
Nos. 13 3 4 5 

Inch, 1>» 1 % % ii 
Each, .82 .70 .57 .45 .40 



TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 





Setting 


H 


umueTs, 








Handled. 






Nos. 


1 


3 




3 


4 


5 


Inch, 


l'« 


1 




% 


* 


% 


Each, 


.82 


.70 




.57 


.45 


.40 




Beakhorn Stake. 



I 




Double Seaming Stake. 

Xos, 1 % 

Incb, 12x17 11x11 

Each, 9.00 8.00 




Double Seaming Stake, 

With Four Heads. 

Set, 9.00 



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Tea Kettle Stake, 

With Four Steel Heads. 
Sat, 15.75 




Conductor Stake, 

Nos. 12 

Inch, 14x14 I1J4S15 10x14 

Each, G.OO 4.00 3.00 




Mandrel Stake . 

Nob. 12 3 

Inch, 40 34 30 27 

Each, G.OO 5.00 4.00 3.(10 



Hollow Mandrel Stake. 

Entire length, 40 inches. 

Each, 5.60 



TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 



r 



Blowhorn Stake. 

Large end, 9 inches. 
Small end, nh inches. 
Each, 6.00 




Creasing Stake, 

With Horn. 
Flat end, 6% inches. 
Round end, 9H inches. 
Each, 4.1 






Creasing Stake- 
Inch, u% 



I 



Common Square Stake. Tinners 

Tools »no 
Inch. iHna Machines. 



172 


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Round Head Stake. 

l' Each, 1.25 




T 


Small End, 18 inch 
Horn, SH " 
Each, 2.76 




~T~ 


Flat End, 8 inch 
Small End, 103s " 
Each, 2 25 




", j Hatchet Stake. 

5 Nos. 13 3 4 5 6 
Inch, 16 UH 13 11 9 7 
1 Each, 5.00 4.25 3.50 2.76 2.25 1 75 



TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 173 


jWK S^^^^k Swedges. 

fl Cullender, 4.75 

^^"^^^^^^^" Square Pan, 6.00 
af CreaBing, 5.25 


fa -_ — ^.^_^7rVjj Square Pan Turner. 

^^^^^f Nos ! a 

;| Jnoh, 20 15 

Each, 2.60 2.00 




1 v <r " 

W 'Whitney's Square Pan Turner. 

h Inch, 20 
li Each, 2.50 


|| 










Chisels and Punches. 

WlBE 0HISEL8. 

1 Inch, ', ?g H % \ 7 a 1 
1 Each, .08 .09 .10 .11 .12 .13 .14 
1 Lantern Chisels, Each, .12 
, Solid Punches. 
1 Nos. 13345G78 and Prick 
' Each, .12 
Set, 4 punches, 2 chisel?, .72 



GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 



Hollow Punches. 

Wrought Shank.. 
1\i iu. (iiam. and smaller, per iach, 1.00 

Larger sizes, " 1.25 



Rivet Set and Header. 

Nob. OO&O 1&3 ;J&4 o&G 7&S 
Eacb, .75 .63 .50 .37 .32 



Hand Groovers. 
Nob. OO&O 1&3 3&4 5<&6 7&$ 





Scratch Awls, 






Steel. 




No. 

Dozen, 




1 

1.50 



TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 



-=1=0 



Scratch Awls, 

WOOD HANDLES. 
NO. 1 

Dozen. 1 90 



Cutting Nippers. 

Nob. 1 a 3 4 5 

Iocb, 12 11 10 9 8 

Each, 2.25 2.00 1.50 1.40 1.00 




Gutter Tongs, 




Roofing Tongs. 

Turn locks, J$ to 1 H inch. 

Per pair, 3.00 

Per set, 2 pair, 6.00 



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Roofing Tongs, 

Improved. 
Locks turned, Jg, %, 1, 13d, IKi inch. 

Per pair, 4.00 




Roofing Tongs, 

Reese's Patent. 
Adjustable and Removable Gauge. 



Each, 




Roofing Double S earner. 

Burritt's Patent. 

For Standing Lock. 

Two pair constitute a set. 

Common Gauge, 1 x Hi inch TocgB. 

Wide Gauge, Hi X.IH inch ToDgs. 

Per Set, two pair, 30.00 



TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 




Roofing Double 

Seaiucr, 

To Match Tongs. 
Per Bet, 2 pair, 1.75 



'Wood Roofing Folder. 

Inch, 20 30 

Common, 2.50 3.50 

With gauge, 3.50 6.00 



^m%. 




Wire Gauge, 
Round. 
Nos. 1 3 

Nob. o to 3G 6 to :i<; 
Each, 2.00 1.25 




Wire Gauge, 

Oblong. 
Nob. 3 4 

Nos. o to 36 i to an 

Each, 2.00 1.40 



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Mallets, 
Second Gbowth Hickobt. 
Inch, 2 m 2J$ S S&£ 
Dozen, 1.26 1.25 1.50 1.75 2.25 




Breast Drill, 

Millebs' Fallb. Adjustable Chuck. 
Each, 3.C6 



Solder Copper Handles, 

BRASS FeBBULE. 



"Wing Dividers, 

Inch, 6 7 8 10 12 15 
Each, .16 .54 .63 83. 1.00 1.50 



TINNERS' TOOLS AND MACHINES. 



Inch, 
Eaoh, 



Pliers, 

Flat or Round Nose. 

667 
•12 .60 .71 




m 



■ 
I 



Tinners 1 Rule, 

3 feet long, 1M inches wide. 
Nickel Plattrt, 




TINNERS' 

Tools and 
Machines. 



180 


GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




CAPACITY OF CANS ONE INCH DEEP. 




UTILITY OF TABLE. 


Required the contents of a vessel, diameter 6 T 7 n inches, depth, lOinches? 


By the tahle, a vesel one inch deep, and 6/^ inches diameter, contains 


rW <>' 


a gallon, then 15 X 10=1.50, or one gallon and 2 quarts. 


Required, the contents of a can, diameter 19 r 8 ^ inches, depth, 30 inches? 


By the table, a vessel one inch deep, and 19^ inches diameter, con- 


tains lj 


3 A gallons, the 1.33 X 30=39.90, or nearly 40 gallons. 


Required the depth of a can -whose diameter is l'2 T 2 ff inches, to contain 


1G gallons. 


By the table, a vessel one inch deep and ]2 -, r inches diameter con- 


tains -f^ of a gallon, then 16 ~ .50=32 inches, the depth required, viz : 




.50)16(32 X .50=16 gallons. 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


O 


7 


8 


9 


' Diam. 


























10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


3 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.04 


.05 


4 


.06 


.05 


.05 


.05 


.06 


.06 


.07 


.07 


.07 


.08 


5 


.08 


.08 


.08 


.09 


.09 


.10 


.10 


.11 


11 


.11 


6 


.12 


.12 


.12 


.13 


.13 


.14 


.14 


.15 


16 


.10 


7 


.16 


.17 


.17 


.18 


.18 


.19 


.19 


.20 


.20 


.21 


8 


.21 


.22 


.22 


.23 


.23 


.24 


.25 


.26 


.26 


.26 


9 


.27 


.28 


.28 


.29 


.30 


.30 


.31 


.31 


.32 


.33 


10 


.34 


.34 


.35 


.36 


.86 


.37 


.38 


.38 


.39 


.10 


11 


.41 


.41 


.42 


.43 


.44 


.44 


.45 


.46 


.47 


.48 


12 


.48 


.49 


.50 


.61 


52 


.63 


.63 


.54 


.65 


.56 


13 


.57 


.58 


.69 


.60 


.60 


.61 


.62 


.63 


.64 


.65 


14 


.66 


,67 


.68 


.69 


.70 


.71 


.72 


.78 


.74 


.75 


15 


.76 


.77 


.78 


.79 


.80 


.81 


.82 


.83 


.84 


.85 


16 


.87 


.88 


.89 


.90 


.91 


.92 


.93 


.94 


.95 


.97 


17 


.98 


.911 


1.005 


1.017 


1.028 


1.040 


1.061 


1.063 


1.075 


1.086 


18 


1 101 


1.113 


1.125 


1.138 


1.150 


1.162 


1.170 


1.187 


1.200 


1.211 


19 


1.227 


1.240 


1.253 


1.266 


1.279 


1.292 


1.304 


1.317 


1330 


1.343 


20 


1.360 


1.373 


1.385 


1.400 


1.414 


1.428 


1.441 


1.445 


1.478 


1.482 


21 


1.499 


1.613 


1.627 


1.542 


1.556 


1.570 


1.685 


1.600 


1.612 


1 630 


22 


1.645 


1.660 


1.675 


1.696 


1.705 


1.720 


1.735 


1.750 


1.770 


1.780 


23 


1.798 


1.814 


1.830 


1.845 


1861 


1.876 


1.892 


1.908 


1.923 


1.940 


24 


1.958 


1.974 


1.991 


2.007 


2.023 


2.040 


2.056 


2.072 


2.096 


2.105 


25 


2.125 


2.142 


2 169 


2.176 


2.193 


2.210 


2.227 


2 244 


2.261 


2.280 


26 


2.298 


2.316 


2.333 


2351 


2.369 


2.386 


2.404 


2.422 


2.440 


2.460 


27 


2.478 


2.496 


2.615 


2 533 


2.652 


2.570 


2.688 


2 607 


2.625 


2 643 


28 


2.665 


2.684 


2.703 


2.722 


2.741 


2.764 


2.780 


2.800 


2 820 


2.836 


29 


2.859 


2.879 


2.898 


2.918 


2.938 


2.958 


2.977 


2.997 


3.017 


3.036 


30 


3.060 


3.080 


3.100 


3.121 


3.141 


3.162 


3.182 


3.202 


3.223 


3.245 


31 


3.267 


3.288 


3.309 


3.330 


3.351 


3.372 


3.393 


3.414 


3.436 


3.467 


32 


3.481 


3.503 


3.524 


3.643 


3.668 


3.590 


3.612 


3.633 


3.656 


3.689 


33 


3.702 


3.725 


3.747 


3.773 


3.796 


3.814 


3.837 


3.860 


3.882 


3.904 


34 


3.930 


3.963 


3.976 


4.003 


4.022 


4.046 


4.070 


4.092 


4.116 


4.140 


35 


4.165 


4.188 


4.212 


4.236 


4.260 


4.284 


4.307 


4.331 


4.356 


4.380 


36 


4.406 


4.430 


4.455 


4.483 


4.603 


4.528 


4.553 


4.577 


4.602 


4.626 


37 


4,654 


4.679 


4.704 


4.730 


4.755 


4.780 


4.805 


4.834 


4 855 


4.880 


38 


4.909 


4.935 


4.961 


4.987 


6.012 


6 038 


5.064 


6.090 


5 120 


5.142 


39 


6.171 


5.197 


6.224 


5.250 


5.277 


5.304 6.330 1 


5.367 


5.3P3 


B.iiU 


40 


5.440 5.467 


6.491 5.521 


5.548 


6.676 6.603 


6.630 


6.667 


5.684 



YAH/ABLE PRACTICAL RECEIPTS. 



VALUABLE PRACTICAL RECEIPTS. 



Tinsmiths' Solder. — TiD, one pound ; lead, one found. 

Plumbers' Solder.— Tin, two poundB; lead, five pounds. 

Hard Solder. — Copper, one pound ; zinc, eight ounces. 

Solder for Gold.— Gold, three pounds ; silver, one pound ; copper, one 
pound. 

Solder for Silver,— Copper, two pounds; silver, one ounce; sheet 
brasB, fifteen pounds. 

Solder for Britannia. — Tin, seven pounds ; lead, four pounds. 

Bronze Metal — Zinc, two pounds; tin, one pound; copper, four 
pounds. 

Britannia Metal. — Antimony, one pound; tin, one hundred pounds; 
copper, two pounds. 

German. Silver.— Zinc, five pounds ; copper, fourteen pounds; nickel 
six pounds. 

Metal for taking Impressions. — Bismuth, three pounds ; lead, one 
pound; tin, eight ounces. 

Fusible Alloy (which melta in hot water) . —Bismuth, six ounces ; tin, 
two ounces ; lead, three ounces. 

A Metal that Extends in Cooling-.— Lead, nine parts ; antimony, two 
partB; bismuth, four parts. 

Tinning- Acid for Brass and Cof>per. — Muriatic acid, one pound ; give 
it all the zinc it will dissolve ; add four ounces sal ammoniac, one pint 
water. 

For Tinning Brass. — Water, four gallons; salt, one pint; cream tar- 
tar, one pound. 

Cement for Stopping Holes in Cast-iron. — Iron filings, fifteen parts; 
sal ammoniac, two parts; sulphur, one part; ground or powdered stone, 
two parts ; add water until it is about the consistency of common paste ; it 
is then ready for use. 

Acid for Soldering Tin.— Muriatic acid, one part; add all the zinc it 
will dissolve ; then add two parts water and a little sal ammoniac. 

Acid for Soldering Brass and Copper. — Muriatic acid, one pound; 
zinc, four ounces ; sal ammoniac, five ounces. 

Acid for Soldering Zinc. — Muriatic acid, one pound; sal ammoniac, 
two ounces ; all the zinc it will dissolve ; water, three pints. 

Acid for Soldering Iron. — Muriatic acid, one pound; sperm tallow, 
six ounces ; sal ammoniac, four ounces. 

Acid for Soldering Gold and Silver. — Muriatic acid, cne pound ; 
sperm tallow, eight ounces ; sal ammoniac, eight ounces. 

Cement for Copper-smiths.— Boiled linseed oil and red lead, mixed to 
the consistency of putty, is a good cement for stopping joints and cracks 
in copper pipe. 

Cement for Joining Metals to Wood, Leather and Glass. — Rosin, fifty 
parts ; burnt amber, ten parts ; calcined plaster, five parts. A little boiled 
oil improves it. 

To Polish Zinc or any Metal.— Take water, one gallon; oxalic acid, 
eight ounces ; powdered rotten Btone, Bix ounces ; powdered pumice stone, 
four ounces ; tripoli, six ounces. Apply with a cloth, and rnb with a dry 
woolen cloth. It is excellent for tinware. 



180 




GEORGE H. TAY & CO. 




CAPACITY OF CANS ONE INCH DEP. 






UTILITY OF TABLE. 


Required the contents of a vessel, diameter 6/^ inches.epth, 10 inches ? 


By the table, a vesel one inch deep, and G-/^ inches nmeter, contains 


l 5. of 


a gallon, then 15 X 10=1.50, or one gallon and 2 g rt=. 


Required, the contents of a can, diameter 19^ incheeeptb, 30inchee? 


By 


he table, a vessel one inch deep, and ld,% incls diameter, con- 


tains l/Jj gallonB, the 1.33 X 30=39.30, or nearly iO gali s. 


Required the depth of a can whose diameter is 1'2 T 2 , 7 ches, to contain 


16 gallons. 




By the table, a vessel one inch deep and 12 t 3 ff incis diameter con- 


tains -ffa of a gallon 


then 16 ~- .50=32 inches, the depl required, viz : 






.50)16(32 X .60=16 gallons. 






1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


G 


I 


8 9 


Diam. 




















3 




10 


10 


10 


10 


10 


10 





10 


10 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.03 


.04 


.04 


1 


.04 


.05 


4 


.06 


.05 


.05 


.05 


.06 


.06 


.07 


17 


.07 


.08 


5 


.08 


.08 


.08 


.09 


.09 


.10 


.10 


1 


11 


.11 


6 


.12 


.12 


.12 


.13 


.13 


.14 


.14 


5 


15 


.10 


7 


.16 


.17 


.17 


.18 


.18 


.19 


.19 





.20 


.21 


8 


.21 


.22 


.22 


.23 


.23 


.24 


.25 


!6 


.26 


.26 


9 


.27 


.28 


.28 


.29 


.30 


.30 


.31 


11 


.32 


.33 


10 


.34 


.34 


.35 


.36 


.36 


.37 


.38 


:8 


.39 


.10 


11 


.41 


.41 


.42 


.43 


.44 


.44 


.45 


G 


.47 


.48 


12 


.48 


.49 


.60 


.51 


52 


.53 


.53 


■4 


.56 


.56 


13 


.57 


.58 


.59 


.60 


.60 


.61 


.62 


13 


.64 


.65 


14 


.66 


.67 


.68 


.69 


.70 


.71 


.72 


3 


.74 


.75 


15 


.76 


.77 


.78 


.79 


.80 


.81 


.82 


<3 


.84 


.85 


16 


.87 


.t8 


.89 


.90 


.91 


.92 


.93 


>4 


.96 


.97 


17 


.98 


.99 


1.005 


1.017 


1.028 


1.040 


1.061 


963 


1.075 


1.086 


18 


1 101 


1.113 


1.125 


1.138 


1.150 


1.162 


1.170 


187 


1.200 


1.211 


19 


1.227 


1.240 


1.253 


1. 206 


1.279 


1.292 


1.304 


317 


1 330 


1.343 


20 


1.360 


1.373 


1.385 


1.400 


1.414 


1.428 


1.441 


446 


1.478 


1.482 


21 


1.499 


1.513 


1.527 


1.542 


1.566 


1.670 


1.585 


;uo 


1.612 


1 630 


22 


1.645 


1.660 


1.675 


1.696 


1.706 


1.720 


1.735 


750 


1.770 


1.780 


23 


1.798 


1.814 


1.830 


1.845 


1 861 


1.876 


1.892 


HIS 


1.923 


1.940 


24 


1.958 


1.974 


1.991 


2.007 


2.023 


2.040 


2.056 


072 


2.096 


2.106 


25 


2.125 


2.142 


2 169 


2.176 


2.193 


2.210 


2.227 


°44 


2.261 


2.280 


26 


2.298 


2.316 


2.333 


2 351 


2.369 


2.386 


2.404 


122 


2.440 


2.460 


27 


2.478 


2.496 


2.515 


2 633 


2.652 


2.670 


2.588 


107 


2.625 


2 643 


28 


2.665 


2.684 


2.703 


2.722 


2.741 


2.764 


2.780 


BOO 


2 820 


2.836 


29 


2.859 


2.879 


2.898 


2.918 


2.938 


2.968 


2.977 : 


997 


3.017 


3.036 


30 


3.060 


8.080 


3.100 


3.121 


3.141 


3.162 


3.382 


202 


3.223 


3.246 


31 


3.267 


3.288 


3.309 


3.330 


3.351 


3.372 


3.393 


414 


3.436 


3.457 


32 


3.481 


3.503 


3.524 


3.643 


3.568 


3.590 


3.612 633 


3.656 


3.689 


33 


3.702 


3.725 


3.747 


3.773 


3.795 


3.814 


3.837 860 


3.882 


3.904 


34 


3.930 


3.963 


3.976 


4.003 


4.022 


4.046 


4.(170 0H2 


4.115 


4.140 


35 


4.165 


4.188 


4.212 


4.236 


4.260 


4.284 


4.307 .331 


4.356 


4.380 


36 


4.406 


4.430 


4.456 


4.483 


4.503 


4.628 


4.553 577 


4.602 


4.626 


37 


4.654 


4.679 


4.704 


4.730 


4.755 


4.780 


4.805 -834 


4 855 


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4.909 


4.935 


4.961 


4.987 


5.012 


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6.142 


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6.197 


6.224 


6.250 


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USEFUL ARITHMETICAL RULES. 



To find the Contents in Gallons of any Square Vessel, — Take the 
dimensions in inches, and decimal parts of an inch ; multiply the length, 
breadth, and height together, and then multiply the product by .004329 for 
Wine gallons, and by .003546 for Ale gallons. 

To find the 'Contents in Gallons of any Cylindrical Vessel. — Take the 
dimensions in inches, and decimal parts of an inch ;* square the diameter ; 
multiply it by the length in inches, and then multiply the product by 
.0034 for Wine gallons, and by .002785 for Ale gallons. 

To find ike Contents of a Flaring Vessel, — Square the diameter of 
the top and bottem ; add them together, and divide the product by 2 ; then 
multiply the quotient by the height. 

To find the Circumference of a Circle. — Multiply the diameter by 3.1416. 

To find the Diameter of a Circle. — Divide the circumference by 3.1416. 

To find the Area of a Circle — Multiply the circumference by one- 
fourth the diameter. 

To find the Circu?nference of an Oval. — Multiply one-half the sum 
of the two diameters by 3.1416. 

To find the Area of an Oval.— Multiply the diameters together, and 
that product by .7854. 

To find ike Area oj a Sector of a Circle.— Multiply the length of the 
arc by half the length of the radius. 

To find ike Area between two Circles having' the same Centre, — Mul- 
tiply the Bum of the inside and outside diameters by the difference, and by 
the decimal .7854. 

To find the Area of a regular Polygon of any number of sides. — Mul- 
tiply the square of one-half, the distance from the middle of the side to the 
centre of the polygon, and that product by the number of Bides. 

To find the diameter or Circumference of a Circle^ the Area being 
known.— Divide the area by 3.1416; the square root of the quotient will be 
equal to half the diameter, and the diameter multiplied by 3.1416 will equal 
the circumference. 

To find the Side of a Square that shall equal t/te Area of a Circle 
of a given Diameter or Circumference. — Multiply the diameter of the 
circle by .886227 ; or multiply the circumference of the circle by .282094. 

To find the Diameter of a Circle that shall contain the Area of a 
given Square. — Multiply the side of the given square by 1.12838. 

To find the Side of tltc largest Square that can be inscribed in a 
Circle of a given Diameter or Circumference. — Multiply the given diame- 
ter by .707106 ; or multiply the given circumference by .225079. 

To find the Circumference of a Circle to exactly admit of a Square of 
a given side. — Divide the given side by .225079. 

To find the side of the largest Equilateral Triangle that can be in- 
scribed in a given Circle of a Diameter or Circumference.— Multiply the 
given diameter by .866025 ; of the circumference by .275664, 

To find the Contents of a Pyramid or of a. Cone— Multiply the area 
of tho base by one-third of the height. 

To find the Surface of a Sphere— Multiply the diameter by the cir- 
cumference. 

To find the Contents of a Sphere . —Multiply the cube of the diameter 
by .523598. 

To find the Area of a Triangle.— Multiply the base by half the height. 



INDEX. 



A 

PAGE 

.'Etnas 79 

Awls 174, 175 

B 

Babbitt Metal 55 

Bake Ovens 130 

Barrels— Ash 116 

Banks— Toy 99 

Baths— Foot ,100, I2fl 

Hip 100 

" Infant 99 

" Plunge 99 

" Sponge 100 

Beaders— Gutter 165, 166 

Beading Machines 162 

Beakhorn Stake 169 

Beaters— Egg 143, 144 

Bench Plates 168 

Biscuit Cutters 86 

Blanks— Grater 33 

Blow Horns 83 

Bio whom Stake 171 

Boards— Stove 144, 145 

Boiler Expander 164 

Boilers— Coffee 01 

Fish 105 

" Ham 105 

Milk 6, 79 

" Oval, cast 130 

Pudding 79, 80 

Round, cast 130 

Wasb.... 67, 80 

Bolts— Stove 41 

Bottoms— Copper 41, 42 

" Cup 3j 

Steamer 33 

Wash Bowl 33 

Howls— Dipper G 

Scotch 129 

Wash 5, 6, 57,80 115 

Yankee 129, 13C 

Boxes— Bank 102 

Billhead ll-3 

Bread 103 

Bond 102 

Cake 103, 104 

Cash 101, 102 

" Dredge 105 

Knife 100 

lyiinch 104 

" Pepper 105 

Post Office 103 

" Safe Deposit 103 

Spice v 104 



PAGE 

Bread Raisers 

Breasts and Covers— 

" Copper Tea Kettle 34 

Tin " 34 

Tea Pots 34 

Brazier Rods 54 

Broilers - Oyster 144 

" Wire 144 

Brushes -Stove 145 

Buckets— Covered 81, 106 

" Dinner 81 

Fire 116 

" Galvanized 116 

Milk 82 

" Re-tinned 14 

Toy 106 

Water 82 

Well 116 

Burring Machines 159, 160 

Burs - Rivet 53 

c 

Caddies— Tea , 106 

Candle Mold Stake 172 

Candlesticks — Brass 68 

" Japanned ... .. 107 

" Planished 107 

Canisters— Tea 106 

Canopies 38 

Cans— Cream 83 

Coal Oil 83 

" Fruit 83 

Milk 8t 

Syrup 84 

Canteens 84, 116, 117 

Camp Kettles 119 

Caps and Chain 45 

Chain Dish Cloths 145 

Chamber Pails 110, 110 

Chisels— Tinners 173 

Churns. 85 

Cleaners— Wire, Pot 145 

Closet Doors 36 

Cloth Wire 43 

Coal Hods 117, 118 

Collars— Stovepipe 37 

Coolers— Water If8 

Copper— Sheet 42, 43 

" Planished 43 

Coppers — Soldering 42 

Corers— Apple 84 

Com Poppers 153 

Conductor Stakes 170 

Covers— Boiler 36 



PAGE 

Covers— Bucket 35 

Coffee Pot 35, 36 

Pot. 35 

" Saucepan 6,72,75 

" Wire Dish 147 

Creasing Stakes 171 

Crimpers— Stove Pipe 162 

Crumb Tray and Brush 113 

Cullenders— French 7 

Hotel 73 

Pieced 85 

Re-Linned 7 

Cups — California 8 

" Molasses 107 

" Muffin 7 

" Pieced 85 

" Re-tinned 7, 8 

Toy 107 

Cuspadors 68, 107 

Cutters— Biscuit 86 

Cake 85 

" Doughnut 86 

D 

Dampers — American 44 

Dippers— Cocoa Shape 8 

" Galvanized 117 

" Laundry 9 

Pieced 8G 

" Stamped 8 

Dishes— Chafing 74 

Dividers 178 

Dogs— Fire 146 

Doors— Closet 36 

Double Seamers— Roofing 177 

Double Seaming Machines- 
Moore's 161 

Stow's 162 

Double Seaming Stakes 169 

Drainers— Tumbler 108 

Drills— Breast 178 

E 

Ears— Tinned Kettle 44 

" Berger's 45 

" Malleable 45 

Lard Pail 44 

" Oil Can 44 

Egg Beaters 143, 144 

" Whips 77, 96 

Elbows 52, 122 

Extinguishers— Can- spout ... 45 



F 

Feet— Malleable 46 

Fillers— Lamp 83 

Fire Irons 125 

Fire Sets 126 



PAGE 

FlueStops 54 

Folders— Roofing 177 

Sheet Iron 164, 165 

Tin 157 

Forks— Flesh 9 

Hotel 74 

" Table 32 

Forming Machines . . .162, 163, 164 

Freezers 146 

Fryers— Saratoga Chips 146 

Fry Pans — Acme 120 

" Cast 114 

Hammered 120 

Hotel 75 

Polished 120 

Funnels 68,86, 87 

Funnel Tubes 39 

G 

Gauges— Wire 177 

Gem Pans 139, 140 

Graters— Box 108 

Vegetable 87 

Gridirons 131 

Griddles— Cake 131 

Grooving Machines 157 

Grooving Tools 174 

Gutter Beader 165, 166 

Gutter Tongs 175 

H 

Hammers 168, 169 

Handles— Boiler 46 

Can 47 

" Cover 49 

" Dipper 9 

" Dish Pan 46 

Malleable 46, 47 

" Pail 48 

" Saucepan 47 

Solder Copper 178 

Teakettle, Boss .... 36 

" " Chicago 48 

'* " Royal... 37 

" Teapot 48 

Hatchet Stakes 172 

Heads— Sprinkler. 52 

Hinges — Teapot 49 

Hods— Coal 117, 118 

Hollow Mandrel 170 

Hooks— Leader 49 

Hoops— Cheese 87 

Horns— Blow 8S 

I 

Iron— Sheet 50 

Irons— Charcoal 148 

" Gleason's 147 



PAGE 

Irons— Laundry 147 

Sad 147 

Sensible 147 

Potts ... 148 

Waffle 132 



Jaggers 148 

Jars— Hotel Stop 110,118 



K 

Kellles— Brass 70 

Berlin, Re-tinned 11 

Camp 119 

Convex 10 

Dish 82 

Enameled 132 

Fish 105 

Lipped 10 

Stove 133, 134, 135 

Tea ....10,69, 88, 132, 133 

" Windsor 10 

Knobs— Teapot 51 

Knives— Mincing 149 



L 

Ladles— Hotel 74 

" Planters' 12 

Re-tinned II, 12 

" Soup 12 

Lamps— Factory 109 

" Mining 88 

" Nurse 108, 109 

Lanterns 109 

Lifters — Cover 119 

Lips— Coffee Pot 37 



M 

Mashers— Potato 149 

Mallets— Tinners 178 

Mandrel Stakes 170 

Match Safes Ill 

Measures— Liquor 70, 89 

Milk 88 

Metals 50, 66 

Mills-Coffee 160 

Molds— Cake 12, 13 

Jelly 13. 14 

Melon 14 

Muffin Rings.... 94 



N 

Nails— Roofing 49 

Needle Case Stake 172 



PAGE 

Nippers— Cutting 175 

Nozzles— Can 87 



Oilers — Machine 

" Teamsters... 
Openers— Can 



162 
89 
151 



P 

Pails— Chamber 110, 119 

" Dairy 82 

" Flaring Tin 82 

" Galvanized 115 

Milk 82 

" Re-tinned 14 

" Strainer 82 

Pans— Biscuit 21 

Bread 90, 121 

Cake 12, 13 

Cookey 22 

Crumb and Brush.... 113 

Dairy 16 

Dish, pieced 90 

" Re-tinned 19, 20 

Dripping 121 

Dust 110 

Egg 74 

Flat, Heater 138 

Fry 75, 120 

JellyCake 27 

Gem 139, 140 

Lemon 21 

Milk, pieced 90 

" stamped... 16, 17. 18 

Mining 120 

Mountain Cake 27 

Muffin 21 

Omelet 20 

Oval, pieced 90 

" Re-tinned 19 

Patty 28, 29 

Pudding 18,19, 90 

Rinsing 19 

" Sauce-Cast 138 

" Copper 72 

Hotel 72, 75 

" Pieced 91 

" Re-tinned.. .14, 15 

Sponge Cake 22 

Square, pieced .. 90 

" Stamped 27 

Stew 16 

Pepper Boxes v 105 

Pie Crimpers 148 

Pipe— Leader 62 

" Stove 121 

" Speaking Tube 51 

Pitcher and Bowl 113 



PAGE 

Plates— Bench 168 

" Dinner 29 

" Grater 83 

Lettered SO 

" Pie 30 

Plyers 179 

Pokers 123, 124 

Polish— Stove 152 

Poppers— Corn 153 

Pots— Coffee 91, 92 

Marking 93 

Soup Stock 41, 73 

" Stove 135,136, 137 

" Watering ;'"."'.'.' ".".". .98, 123 

Press and Strainer 152 

Punches— Tinners 173, 174 

Pumps — Liquor 93 



R 

Raisers— Bread 6 

Rattles and Whistles 93 

Receipts 181 

Rings— Muffin 94 

Stove Pipe 37 

Rings and Clips 54 

Rivets 53 

Rivet Set 174 

Rods— Boiler 54 

" Gutter 135 

Roof Safes 123 

Roofing Tools 175, 176, 177 

Roses— Sprinkler 52 

Rosin 54 

Round-head Stake 172 

Rules— Tinners 179 

Arithmetical 182 



s 

Sadirons 147 

Safes— Match Ill 

Scoops— Pieced 94 

" Stamped 22, 23 

Planished 24 

Screws— Can.. 56 

Screws and Hoops 56, 57 

Setting Down Machines 158 

Sets— Rivet 174 

Shears-Bench 167 

" Circular 166, 167 

" Double Cutting 168 

Hand 167 

" Squaring 166 

Shovels-Fire 124 125 

Shovels and Tongs 125 

Sieves 95 

Sifters 94 

Skewers 24 



PAGE 

Skimmers— Flat 24 

" Hotel 76 

Milk . 30 

Vegetable 153 

Slices— Egg 95 

Snips— Hand 167 

Solder 55 

Soldering Frames 167 

Spiders 137, 138 

Spittoons Ill 

Spoons 31, 32 

Spouts— Can 87 

" Chicago 67 

" Oiler 58 

Tea Kettle 38, 57 

" Tea Pot 38 

Squeezers— Lemon 155 

Stakes— Tinners .. 169, 170, 171, 172 

Standards— Machine 160, 161 

Stands-Fire 126 

Tea Pot 164 

Sad Irons 153 

Steamers— Pieced 95 

Steepers-Tea 94 

Stock Boilers 71, 73 

Stoppers — Flue 54 

Strainer Cloth 43 

" Conductor 54 

Strainers - Gravy 25, 95, 154 

Hotel 76 

Milk 24 

" Soup 96 

Tea 154 

" Wire 154 

Studs— Pan 38 

Swedges 173 



Tables 60, 61, 62, 63 

Tea Kettles 10,88, 132, 133 

Tea Kettle Stake 170 

Testers— Liquor 70, 96 

Thieves-Liquor 70, 96 

Tin Plate.. ..- ... 60,61,62. 63 

Tin— Perforated 38 

Toasters 158 

Toilet Ware 112, 113 

Tongs— Coal 126, 137 

Gutter 175 

Roofing 175, 176 

Tops and Bottoms 59 

Traps— Fly 156 

" Mouse 96 

Trays— Cash Box 102 

Crumb 113 

" Tea 113 

Trimmings — Chamber Pail 39 

" Fruit Can 69 

Milk Can 59 

Toilet 39 



PAGE 

Tubes — Funnel 39 

" Roof 123 

Tubs — Hath 99, 100 

Wash 127 

Foot 100, 127 

Tu mblers —Japanned 113 

Re-tinned 26 

Tureens— Soup .76, 77 

Turners -Cake 25, 26, 77 

Hotel 77 

Square Pan 173 

Turning Machines 150 

Turn Buckles and Catches.... 69 

u 

Urns— Coffee 78 

HotWater 71 



V 

PAGE 

Vases-Coal 113 

Vats— Cheese 97 

W 

Wax— Fruit 156 

Whips— Egg 77, 96 

whistles— Speaking Tube 6:i 

Wire 64 

Wiring Machines 1 58 

Woods— Pail 48 

z 

Zinc— Sheet 65 



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