Publication: Privately printed, 1913, Boston
First edition. 8" x 4" printed tan wrappers. 32pp. Numerous black and white illustrations. Moore-Smith Company says the following "...and in our illustrations we have tried to convey to the inexperienced buyer more than is usual in such cuts. There is no attempt to idealize the form or texture, but to show actual garments on real people." Describes several different furs, their prices and on the facing page of each one is a picture of a person wearing that particular fur coat. The many furs shown include Brown Russian Marmot, Raccoon, Black Russian Pony, Dogskin Coats, Chauffeur's Coats which has a "divided skirt" in order to be buttoned around each leg and keep the chauffeur warm, etc. Also offered are Fur Robes, Special Automobile Robes in different sizes, Fur Floor Rugs for the Limousine, Baby Robes and Muffs. "Our storage business is not large and our service is of the best. We do no advertising outside our regular customers. From the time you're through with your furs in the spring, you're freed from all care and responsibility. They are returned when wanted, clean, whole and fresh and at an expense which is trifling considering the service and safety enjoyed." A very interesting pamphlet. Very small chip to top fore-edge of pages five and six else fine copy.
Inventory Number: 49327