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NEW ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE AND PRICE -OP- LIS1 WM. ? CLEVELAOT). skilled or unskilled. Copyrighted . O. to produce artistic and natural graining in a prolific and endless variety of designs in less than quarter the usual time required heretofore. A These plates enable any person. BREGENZER'S PATEJtfT cfco. J.

and forward you this pamphlet. of failures. experience ancjt study. and are now dead and out of existence. though several futile and unsuccessful attempts of glue rubber rollers. and the records of all inventions to date have been feeble attempts and but a succession .) than any other graining outfit or machine in existence. is sufficient and it a hearty welcome and recomendation from them. wel) shown and thor- oughly explained in the following pages. and the thousands of foreign and domestic letters that have been received.Dear Having thorough . cheapness (though costing double as much to manufacture as any other graining process ). of plate set of the graining tools.felt want that has never heretofore been filled.. praising our Graining Tools in the highest terms. We know to insure into their full well that the invention of a method for producing good graining in a quick and easy manner by both learned and inexperienced has been the great and difficult problem long attempted to be solved. will thor- satisfy the severest critic at a glance that it is not the result of a passing thought. fully described in the from photographs and which are finely executed annexed pages. strength.v Sir* attained by perseverance and strict attention to this one specialty (being Practical Grainers by profession) an unbounded reputation and popularity for these special go ids from almost every known clime receiving orders even from Europe. All catalogue sets are standard design plates from nature. in which time our tools have been brought to the very highest point — . The following oughly descriptions and engravings. for Graining. one after the other. in the known world and also a long. as herewith described. particularly at this day and age of rapidity and excellence in every department of workmanship and mechanism. or Machine. &c. but have far excelled our every attempt made in this direction heretofore. well knowing that such a time and labor-saving invention will fill a great and vacant want long felt and badly needed by the most experienced as well as the most inexperienced grainer. This has been thoroughly verified to the fullest extent by the severest tests of the past ten years. reached step by step. the country. and less weight to carry {full set being less than 5 lbs. proves the fact that our goods are all that is claimed for them by us as being the Kest Grain* ing Tool. as well as double-distanced every other competitor of similar inventions in the field. which goes to prove the fact that our Graining Tools have come to stay and scoring another evidence of the proof that the survival of the fittest will and must exist. Australia and the Indies. we have not only secured everything that can be im- agined or desired whereby the very best work in the most rapid and easy manner can be attained. paper transfers. hands I sincerely hope it may come. durability. Process. presents the most elegant equipment in appearance. . until the grand discovery of our Perfor- ated Metallic Graining Plates. thoroughly in earnest regarding the welfare of their business. which I and particularly to those most interested in producing first-class graining in a quick and profitable manner. put crudely into practice. for in producing our Graining Plates in their present perfected shape and designs. through many years of labor. Therefore any outfit of any No. at the same time combining greater simplicity. blotters. etc. confident that the interest felt by all good painters and grainers throughout I have been induced to issue now offer to the general trade. which have proved worthless for house pa inters. but the acme of mechanical skill.

.. O. Price only $30. E. BREGENZER. Satiu-H uod. No.1st PAGE UF ENGRAVINGS.00 numbered. French Wslnut and SUpla Pl. J. Showing complete 14 Plate Each Plate is set. Ri3iigaviiin Asli.. Feather Piute. Ac. WM. 28. No. 27. 771 Central Ave. S. Cleveland.ue. Mnuuffiuy. Malum.

^nb PAGE OF ENGRAVINGS. Price. 13. Hungarian Ash and French Walnut Burl Plate No. $23. Walnut Ac. 28. •4 o . Mahogany. 27. for Coffin and Casket Work. with working attachments included. Satin-wood.a +3 .J o «J 8 Brazilian Rosewood Plate. (u % S3 <o 73 2 3 1 o S ^ >> o tM o. . No. V "5 ^ CO M .50 .d 03 a & <rf a. Crotch or Feather Phite. The above engravings show a choice complete 10 plate set. Ko. -* £ I s 1 w ° o -J =4 zo x> ft «3 £ o s *a 3 — C ~* H oj t— > <D 2 -G +J o i a o P 73 -a Oh a a Ja fl ci 3 a of bfl 3 £ s 1 1 1 o !zS a o +j C3 (V) 03 ^ £5 O ci m r_d ** V.

B. N. B— Patent Applied ror Showing the group of plate working attachments. feathers or crotches. sap-work. dapples. Badger cneot stippler. chestnut. Changing grounds and graining colors to suit the wood to be imitated.00. see instructions accompanying every set of plates. hair blender. &c. Cleveland. growth or hearts. S. 771 Central Ave. J. 27 and 28.. &c. E. and makes an excellent KJ plate set. but are more known by the term lights. price S'20. BREGENZER. O. butternut or white walnut graining. . including Nos.3rd PAGE OF ENGRAVINGS.—Nearly all the plates shown on this page. consisting of a top or overgrainer. are a tride shorter than those on the 1st page. N. With Comb and Stippler. S.— Oak lights are sometimes termed champs. generally WM. box of steel combs. walnut. and for the others. ash. Most any of the heart plates shown on both these pages are well adapted for either oair. P.. and mode of rolling the same on the work.

. in distemper colors . (the term fine in equal parts of sour beer distemper color here means graining color mixed and ground and water). distemper c.usecl With best etfeet in distemper. Walnut. No. using damp chamois or cloth. a . No.00.4th PAG!] of engravings. for coffin and casket work and all rosewood oil grain ing. Showing the Rosewood Plate 12.Mahogany. Price $6. This three plate set. 28. and tine tteel wiping comb. Crotch or Feather Plate. page 8. Oak Ac.1./. '2. Satin-wood. See sample of crotch work on bottom d lor.. Hungarian Ash French Walnut Burl Maple Plate.

. BREGENZER. done color. or walnut. and again well blended across the grain. which is afterneously and wards well blended across the grain. The 3d Engraving is a sample of same done with Plate No. E. and is then This ready for varnishing.5th PAGE OF ENGRAVINGS. This 4th Engraving shows an extended Growth or Heart made with the No. or top long. . 3. Any plate in set can be thus joined end to end. so that with many pieces of work may be made entirely different all any one plate and an . WALNUT BURL WORK. endless variety of terns avoided. which mottles the work into burls or knots. turned and joined end to end. describes. if desired. ash plate. continued stretches of either hearts or lights. 27. wiping and moving the plate here and there simultapromiscuously by apparently in a reckless and random manner. then stippled with the check stippler in curls or curves as before. 4. to bottom. lightly. and both these (plates 4 and 11) could be connected with the finger and cloth. then topgrained with same color a little darker in curls or graceful sweeps. turned and joined end to end. as various portions of the plates are used at intervals to a great make variety of pattern . IX>NE DESCRIPTION OF FRENCH WITH PLATE NO. EBBS 1st Engraving shows French Burl Walnut Graining m distemper with Plate 27. very lightly. until dry. as before. 771 Central Ave. to make middle to end. by changing ground and grainiug colors to suit the wood to be imitated and moving or sliding the plate. 11. until dry. in whole lengths or in sections. as the next engraving fully The knots or shades shown at outer edge of work are then put in with the knot plate shown inbestsotsinEngravings. S. when dry. into one long heart. 2 Plate changed round and matched at differennt sections of the Any heart plate in set being thus used is well suited for oak. and fully described in the color and using instruction accompanying the plates. O. WM J. and the next cut will more fully tame repetition of pat-^ explain. SAMPLE OF JOINED WORK DONE WITH HEART PLATE NO. This 2d Engraving is a section of work done with Heart Plate No. in oil color. as work may be secured. Cleveland..

The small pores or checks as shown in the work are put in after with the check stippler. Any plate in can be thus slid along over the wet color with one hand. while wiping out with wide fine steel comb (teeth lapped in a piece of graining cloth) with the other hand. . See color and working instructions accompanying every set of plates. producing graining in an almost endless and ever-changing variety cf design. and also end to end. which is held almost flat while wiping quickly over the p>late. even by the mosb inexperienced grainer. leaving but five teeth in all. The coarse steel comb. which gives the softened or feather edge to the work. and excellent work accomplished in the most rapid and easy manner. 1. With the Oak Light plate. instead of just one edge. and making if desired. which is then completed. or work to be grained. matched or joined edge to edge. Sliding the plate in the opposite direction makes the graining work smaller and finer if desired. is a common three inch comb that had once 9 teeth in all. obtained. like sliding sample herewith shown in the above hth Engraming the oak lights in any of the plates are expanded. by changing grounds and graining colors to suit the wood to be imitated. shown at A. There is no cloth over the comb shown in engraving simply to show the position of the comb. with all the work in the center of the panel. a piece of cloth is put over the teeth. 6 Heart Plate. This 5th Engraving shows Plate 6 in actual sliding use. which is all that is needed to comb or continue out the sides of the heart work into plain combing to any width of heart desired. Such are easily made from old coarse steel combs. and suitablefar the grain of almost any wood desired to he grained. set This 6th or last Engraving shows a panel of Oak Lights done with Plate 24. sliding movement. as the plate moves slowly along in straight or graceful curves over the wet color. SHOWING THE MODE OF SLIDING THE PLATE.6th PAGE OF ENGRAVINGS. The entire work is then well blended against the heart points or grain of the hearts. and balance combed as is usually done.. enlarged or scattered more separate and further apart. but every alternate tooth is purposely broken out. less than one-half the amount of dappled work appear on the door. whi:h shows a wide double width finished panel. In using. as per No. than is in the plate itself whtn held steady Thus are great and beautif'il Varieties and wiped without sliding it.

. The above plates are a choice collection of a full complete 8 Plate Set. BREGENZER. J. Price. Any of tne above plates may be omitted and others »chosen from any page of engravings to suit the purchaser. I'rlce. E. with all general working attachment* Any Other selections rrom any page may be substituted for these II desired. §\Q 5Q The above included. .T^ 7th PAGE OF ENGRAVINGS. if desired. 771 Central Ave. O. Cleveland.50. $15.. plates are a choice Six Plate Set complete. S. WM. and all working attachments included.

be may any from Price $10.50. if dethe by substituted and chosen pages.8th PAGE OP ENGRAVINGS. the operator graining the door side.00 without working tools. and is what is in use by Other selections. stippler and 1 pad Shows the manner work. in the engraving below. or other . The four plate set shown above is a neat selection. purchaser. . of using the plates while graining a door side. but including working sired somb. or $9.

while the quality of the work is par excellent with the best hand graining or thumb adequate performance. sunk or raised panels or surfaces of any size. It is claimed. (see engraving of operator graining a door). while with the other the widest steel comb. the work blended lightly (and shaded ii desired when dry. moved. neat. rapid of execution. for this method. crotches or feathers. and bright by constant use. and are neat in appearance. re: frigerator and coffin manufacturers. irregular. which penetrates the opening of the plate and cleanly removes the wet color laying under the cut patterns in quanThe plate is then retity. furniture. being easy of application. grainers. &c. wainscot. however. and painted ware generally. through the cut pattern designed in the plate. but can be sucperformed by the comparatively inexperienced more rapidly than by the most skillful under the old process. J. they being made of thin. successfully wiped out. Immediately thereafter the plate is put against the wet graining color and held firm and stationary with one hand. pails. tedious. the teeth of which are lapped in one layer of common cloth or cotton flannel. that at least fully six times as much work can be performed by its use as could be done in the same amount of time required heretofore. These plates are arranged together in sets. durable and cheap. or work intended to be grained. with the rubbing-in or paint brush. Hitherto the operation of graining has been slow. which effectually protects the wet graining color from being blurred and naturally improves the work while being operated. is drawn over once or a few times. the surfaces of which are corrugated to admit air between the plates and graining color. knots. (but not for hearts). The operation is as follows : The desired graining color is painted on the door wainscot. 13 Description and Mode of Operation. or any general work. BREGENZER METALLIC GRAINING PLATE CATALOGUE. and ire well adapted to the wants of house painters. clean and natural. pliant and flexible metal. and the plates being of a metallic nature are easily and continually kept clean. heavy mouldings. These plates are undoubtedly the only applicable and perfect method 3ver invented for graining the imitations of the various kinds of wood. strong. and not requiring for their skill acquired by long practice. and manufacturers of japanned tin. . and the panels or places intended for lights or dapples. laborious and expensive. portable.W. hearts or growths. and are sufficiently pliant and flexible for graining any small. cessfully wiping.) and is completed. light. are combed as heretofore. handy and durable. and are thus capable of having all the lights or champs. clean.

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14 W. and can be used in either oil or distemper. the color being simply brushed through the plate on the work after the combing is dry. chestnut. which should afterward be over-grained in curls or graceful sweeps. etc. so that no two pieces can be alike.. by sliding the plates and wiping out while in motion. and the entire plates also \ match. This plate also does splendid French walnut when used in distemper color. "Various portions of the plate may be used at intervals to make variety of patterns. then. as required. so that with one panel plate a number of doors may be made entirely different from each other. page 6 of engravings). which grains walnut. can be slid along forward in a straight direction or in twisted curves. — can be drawn backward toward the person using it. % and top cross stiling with heart plate No. or coarse narrow steel comb. as shown in the engraving. walnut. For furthur explanation see color and using instructions which accompany the plates. clearly showing the previous under and over-grain simultaneously. using the rubber. The lower left hand door panel has been grained with the Hungarian Ash plate No. by changing the grounds and graining color to suit the wood to be imitated. Any of these hearts are capable of graining oak. then blending the hearts well against the grain with a dry brush or blender. as you feel disposed to do. wiping out promiscuously over its surface with a damp chamoise leather lapped over the teeth of the wide and finest steel comb. hearts especially. and left to dry thoroughly. simply to show its form. and finishing up the sides with fine steel combing alone. the color being first rubbed or brushed on the work as heretofore. slide. chestnut. in great variety. For walnut or oak the under-grain should be first done on the panel or work with a broad-toothed steel or rubber comb. walnut. ash. cherry. or feather plate work. etc. operator's will. F shows the crotch 28. (see bottom cross-stile of door). and then blending the work across the panel in one direction until fully dry. or in curves. which leaves dark over-grain lines similar to a heart in oil color. and thus ' tame repetition avoided. the color being first rubbed in on the door and combed as heretofore. to bring out the sides of the heart into plain combing. J. plate No. "The plates. which makes the hearts large or small. fine or coarse. or the plate . Thus it will be seen at a glance. as all the designs in the various plates are made to match each other at any section. (cloth combing the plate as before. well blended across in the same way. then the plate put on this last color and wiped out. the operator having just finished the lockrail with the growth. and sliding the plates backward or forward. is in the action of wiping out the oak lights on the door panel. at the The middle door stilings are done with the oak light. butternut. or heart plate No. or in parallel curved lines with the heart. 6.. the same as any other plate is used. The operator. (see sample of work done on 5th page) then varnish. and produces hearts suitable for oak. when dry. as in the natural wood. and is using the oak light plate No. and cloth over the teeth. which makes the work smaller or finer than the forward ash.. butternut. new and darker color put over it a second time. but have a continual change. 25 in four plate set shown at the right hand lower corner of the engraving-. See engraving showing the plate in full working action. check rolling. BEEGENZER METALLIC GRAINING PLATE CATALOGUE. rosewood. oak crotch. that the designs produced change with every motion of the plate. work also satin wood and mahogany. so that an endless variety of pattern may be secured. 27. which is dark lights. 35 (shown on 1st page of engravings). but not combecl or blended until the heart is first wiped out. while in motion. but the overgraining lines should be dark instead of light.

and is also the most portable and handy to carry while still shorter lengths for the hearts are found to work best. as short ones have as much work or as many figures in them. Cleveland. S. . and after various trials and experiments. that no machine cutting would ever accomplish. 771 Central Ave. as long ones. and rapidly turned end for end to make long and continuous hearts are easily slid along to alter the pattern and make long stretches of work.. as they can be easily held in position while working. are exactly alike. as the metal stretches or expands out of place a little while cutting. boxed up in sets ready for shipment. cleaned on thoroughly polished bright surfaces. with fine steel wire brushes on a cylinder. walnut. down to 16 inches long by 6 or 7 inches wide these are the standard sizes. and. hand work is introduced to make nature more elaborate and fancy thus combining nature and art together. they are then filled. although similar. thin. while being laid thereon to wipe out the figures or designs of the plates. WM. find. are designed and cut from choice.W. both in oil and distemper also their respestive groundingcolors for oak. after all or all art. but any good graining color. BREGENZER METALLIC GRAINING PLATE CATALOGUE. for their length. that the greater part of them must be made and cut by hand. SIZES OF THE PLATES. will answer for plate work. To make the best work we and large expenditure of time and money perfecting The surface of the plates are then corrugated b}' a peculiar process. descriptive illustrations and engravings are sufficient. years of experience the tools necessary to make the plates. O. DESCRIPTION OF THE MANUFACTURE OF THE PLATES. . alone. carefully allowing for strength between the spaces. we find 20 to 22 inches long by 6 or 7 inches wide is about the best and handiest working size for lights we have yet found. cherry. flexible. if not thus corrugated After being put through the corrugating machine. 20 inches long by 6 or 7 inches wide. with to enable an}' person to handle the plates with rapidity and success. J. Hence no two plates. 15 The foregoing little practice. etc. Further illustrations and instructions are put up in each set. . mixed as heretofore. thus a good point is gained. The best working sizes to make the plates has been quite a study for j'ears. so as to take out all unevenness.. to admit of air. J. mahogany. together with the newest and best standard receipts for mixing and using all kinds of graining colors. and prevent the wet rubbed-in graining color on the work from being marred or injured with the plates. . and tempered metals. ash. E. rosewood.— as per engraving Gth page hence the value of long or short plates is almost equal. than when depending solely on all nature. Will mention . . thoroughly lacquered over both surfaces. butternut. will now present a more complete knowledge of them by a brief description of their manufacture finely : • first that the plates are made of good. and are then complete. when necessary. natural and artistic specimens from the natural wood. and varying the design in every cut. . BREGENZER. with a grander result. Having shown the various plates and mode of using them. which would otherwise suck off the color.

All sets of four plates or more. consisting of a Badger Hair Blender. You may select any . and can be used to verv excellent advantage for stippling walnut in oil color. French burl walnut. Price $2. as each plate is distinctly numbered on its margin. etc.00 each. 1 Top Grainer. for overgrammg maple. J. You may make up your own plates from set.00 extra for all three if you wish. SIZES OF THE SETS OK QUANTITIES OF PLATES IN EACH We SET.ay be readily selected therefrom by purchasers to suit themselves. may have a check stippler. our new improved Check b tippler. five inch fine steel comb. also. if desired. into one grand complete outfit of all of them. BREGENZER METALLIC GRAINING PLATE CATALOGUE. show on the 2nd. even though imperfectly executed. or attachments. any pages. a specimen of which is shown on 5th page of engravings . which is for putting in the season pores or checks in oak heart work. Kxtra plates can be purchased from time to time to complete all the plates we have herewith shown in the engravings. a hardwood-like and solid appearance. if you wish to.16 W.00 each. and one rubber pad included for $1. necessary to work the plates to the best advantage. three or more $2. and gives to all grained work that it is used on. 3rd and 4tb pages of the engravings of many plates so that large or small sets of plates k. We also show in the engravings the group of plate working tools.. 1 set of Steel Combs.

five inch steel comb and one rubber pad $19. etc. $16. without brushes. but of course less the amount of change of designs and fine large variety of plates. but including check stippler. rich graining now in demand. Price.00. • . S. WM. 17 Prices of the Standard Sets of Metallic Graining Plates.. 1 rubber pad. with an almost endless and ever-changing variety of designs. and one rubber pad. five inch steel comb.00 each. The set is capable of graining all the different and difficult kinds of fine. Each outfit is inspected . $12. O. BEEGENZER METALLIC GRAINING PLATE CATALOGUE. v ase boards. 4 sides. steel comb and one rubber pad. Badger hair blenders. all work New improved check stippler. best bristle top grainer. The 14 plate set is the best and largest set now made. consisting of one full set of best English steel combs one best badger hair blender new improved check stippJer top-grainer or over-grainer polished steel working or wiping-out comb. The io plates set. including all working attachments or tools. . The The 4 plate set shown on 8th page of engravings. including all general working tools and attachments described in above 14 plate set. Price. . Price.00 or $27. and $12. cut graduated. including every tool and attachment described in first set above mentioned (this set is fully shown on 7th page of engraving). only No brushes etc. $1. set. BREGENZER. 1 check stippler and 1 five The above prices are strictly net cash large orders for a quantity of sets. etc. . goes with every sale. less the amount of variety of plates. aud is capable of doing the same as the above 10 and 14 plate sets. steel comb. Price. one rubber pad. ask for no other terms.50 no brushes. but including check stippler. Price. Extra fan shape. and also for furniture and refrigerator manufacturers and those not desiring large varieties. J. Cleveland. which is shown on 2nd page of engravings.20.50.50. unless on and tried by the patentee before shipment. only $23. Single plates $2. This set is well shown on bottom of 7th page of engravings. $9. Price without attachments. in tin case. E. with all described working tools enumerated in 14 plate set. hog hair flogger. 771 Central Ave. with all working tools above mentioned. . 40 cents. used for plain combing of styles. as shown in every Add 10 to 15 cents extra if sent by mail. only $30.00 6 plate set is well adapted to house painting and jobbing. also a full working instruction pamphlet that explains every tmng. only $19. is capable of doing the same work as the above i4 plate set. for overgraining in distemper. aud completes the next best set. only $15.00. but including check stippler.W. is valuable for small jobbing work only. 50 ct. * $1. steel comb and rubber pad. J. and a complete selection is fully shown on first page of engravings. one set rubber comb.25. long hair. Price of full set of best English steel combs. but including check stippler. but including check stippler..00 The 8 plate set is well suited for all general graining.50 No brushes. Bach of these sets includes inch fine steel comb.

Any two combs price. .. Price of either French Walnut Plate. « ! 'so each. - - - - << _ . . "With all necessary working attachments. Extra long heavy bristle walnut water color pouncers or stipple fioggers. .25 each. coffins. 3 for $1. price 40 cents PI each. polished steel combs. Later designs now. " 2. 27 and 28. A. only $4. etc.00. for combing out door stilings. $4. price $ 1. if de- ••" Dealers' trade specially solicited. 27. C. J. inch steel comb. consisting of a Badger Hair Blender. All the working attachments alone. only 40 cents each. and not needed nor supplied to work the plates with. OUR PRICES WILL BE AS FOLLOWS Metallic Graining Plates. and used for heavy coarse combing only. or French Walnut and Maple outfit. price 30 Price of Rosewood Plate.50. or part cash with and to examine. D. and one improved Check Stippler. only $6. and very useful and essential for working the plates with when out of the fine combs belonging to full set. No. . Cleveland. Ave S. caskets. Kindly make your selection and take advantage of these very low rates. E . without any attachments. and a French Burl Overgralner. WM.00 each.00.50 each 4. including dogger and rubber set comb. This outfit is fully shown on page 4. Rubber Pads. Pads No. working size.25. just combing the panel work before applying the lights. With all necessary working attachments consisting of a each §2. _ - Pad No. . cleated side by side to make width will do.18 W. 1 3 and and - 2. O.00 each. This completes an excellent Eosewood outfit. one new im- proved Check Stippler. Large extra rubber set comb.75 each.00. teeth graduated from fine to course.. 771 Central RREGENZER. or Crotch Plate. best selected.75 Terms cash.25. This makes a complete French Walnut and Maple outfit. shown in group on 3d page of engravings. 12. only $4. five inch wide. one fine working wide Steel Comb. having 12 Hllllll teeth per inch.00. four sides cut graduated. for $2.10 each. or 3 right for cents. (X . bal. shown on 4ih page of engravings. Price of both plates. one fine wide Steel Comb. ete. $2. No. - - . Price of both plates together with all attachments as above stated with 27. price only $ 4.0 0» Badger Hair Blender. BEEGENZER METALLIC GEAINING PLATE CATALOGUE. and sample of Burl Walnut on page 5 of engravings and crotch work on bottom door stile on 8th page. 28. as per catalogue. No. together. Comb - " " 2. Pads No. Yours very respectfully. ^ - Choice of any metal plate in the entire Catalogue Three or more plates - - - - net. Patent Blending Comb Set of 5 Pads. and Blending sired. Single fine. J. and specially used to wipe out the plate work exclusively.

Pad No. NEW RUBBER PADS. f Pad No.. and Pads No. A. mouldings. as per engraving. because of the effective and pleasing variety thus secured. Canada. (Filed Nov. foreign and coun- some tries. and uneven surfaces and mouldings as easily as plain surfaces. 4. 1896. thus giving greater variety. 19 Detailed Description with Engravings. Pad No. and with endless variety. Quartered Oak. they are then soft and flexible and more easily handled than those in the solid roll. ». Pad No. A set of these new Pads will last longer and works entirely different to the old-fashioned rubber rolls shaped like a wringer with lines cut therein. hence irregular surfaces. and also used alternately. Bregenzer Metallic Graining Plates and Rubber Pads. and are used in connection with the GRAINING PLATES. are as easily grained as a smooth panel. Patented Juue 7tli. For Quartered Oak. One of our Pads is worth a dozen such rolls. 3 and 4 should be used alternately. For in working these pads. warped. J. they are combed with pressure on the back or smooth side while drawing both comb and pad over the work at different rates of speed. To make the best and most natural HEART GRAINING. 3. and can be used to grain hollow. any of the metal quartered oak plates and Pad No. figures . By the combined use of both plates and pads the greatest satisfaction is obtained.) Another way of working the pads is to roll them up. They are made of flexible sheet rubber about one-third the surface size of our patent metal graining plates.W. 1. should be selected. 13. 2. WE have relief PADS lines and on the surface Pad No. SHOWING A COMPLETE SET OF OUR 1898. S"x 5%" Pads f 3 and 4 5^"x 5tf" Pad t A 3#"x 5^". any of the metal heart plates. (See engraving. the same as the metal graining plates are worked. etc. so well known and so largely in use all over the United States. and also give a greater variety of patterns on account of having a larger surface.) ALSO DIMENTIONS OF PADS ARE AS FOLLOWS Pads I j and 2 size 1. A. These p ads haye been in practical and successful use by us for almost two } ears T prior to filing the patent.

and orders from other foreign countries must also be accompanied with draft on New York or London for full amount of 1 WUh $5 '°° ° r £1 Steillng eXLni t0 PI e ' Pay sM ment goods P set required. J. J. State. giving name of your county and State in plain writing. BREGENZER. D. E. S. etc. B. to'delSon All orders having 50 cents or $1. or Draft on New York. county and township rights for sale at a small percentage on the population contained therein.00 extra. of any design.. for full amount. shall have orders granting privilege of examination thereof. mail registered All Canadian orders must invariably be accompanied with draft on Y. For further particulars. trade mark. 11\ Central Ave. order will be sent. Australian. etc.. order. Cleveland. N.oo of the C. before paying. secure and safe. O. to 9 W. All European. amount must invariably be paid ahead to us. but $2. terms. ^ . patent. All goods sent securely packed to any address. before any C.20 W. D. for cash only. and enclose stamp with all letters needing a prompt written reply. m K • ' ' ' ^ Quantities of plates and sets are supplied to agents in -job lots at reduced rates. All goods which are sent C.. S. O.. material or pattern whatever. which will be deducted from the C. Registered Letter. D. at express office. O. BBEGENZER METALLIC GRAINING PLATE CATALOGUE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. to any distant part of the United States either one or two packages. All persons are warned not to purchase or use Metallic or Graining Stencil Plates. Manubfactwrer. besides the cash amount of can have them shipped free oi all express and return money charges. O. bill accompanying the goods. O. O. on receipt of full amount per P. address. by IT. unless obtained from the patentee's headquarters and stamped with my name. O D. or P.

Particular? dark graining and work exposed to the There are valuable and economical facts for both painter aud house owner to consider. NO « Indestructible Perforated Metallic Graininff Tools FOR RAPIDLY GRAINING ALL WOODS IN OIL AND DISTEMPER. in a prolific to- produce artistic and endless variety of designs. 27. skilled or unskilled. pages 17 and 18. WALNUT. blister. DONE WITH PLATE NO.ADDITIONAL Any 9 if PLATE SET. DHESTNUT. and make clean work. worthless. COSTING ON AN AVERAGE LESS THAN I CENT FOR 5 YARDS. the very cleanest wiping out is therefore important and necessary. NO. WM. desired. 3 or more coat* jVo hand work or other graining procesa will grain on less than 3 or 4 coata. and which is absolutely destroyed and consumed as soon as used. it must he wiped out. clumsy and unhandy to hold in firm position on the work.. O.) Over twenty years' experience with everything in graining proves this fact: that to cleanly remove color. in less than *^ the usual time required heretofore wiping out the work clean and bright as by hand-work. . SETS. (Don't be misled by any glue rubber rollers or by any perishable. Too awkward. all other processes to transfer the color are therefore a failure. The le-ig paint costs used for the ground the ler<s liable to crack. 10. U. CHERRY PLATE. requiring continual renewing and expense. Ml. FRENCH BURL WALNUT AND MAPLE WORK. OAK LIGHTS OR CHAMPS PLATE. (As the varnish darkens all work. or peel. J. slow and unclean absorbing or blotting off paper nonsense at a high costp er yard. and makes dirtier work after every impression. — 1 . ami.. No uncleanly blotting off the color or transfers done with paper and other perishable patterns. tor above and following reasons: too expensive and slow for general and practical work while used clogs up with color. S. The above metallic plates will wipe nut clean bright work even on new wood (r. The above Metallic Plates enable airy person. Cleveland. WIPED-OUT RICH GRAINING BEFORE USED UP. leaving an unsightly scum of color behind. GUARANTEED CAPACITY OP EACH METALLIC PLATE TO PRODUCE PROM 500 to 1200 SQUARE YARDS OP CLEAN. requiring continu- and natural Graining. BREGENZER. STANDARD CATALOGUE plates can be chosen from this set. without previous skill or practice.o paint for a ground) shellacked or oil new wood. and mixed with any of the at same rates. E. One coat work or priming— 2. ASH. 771 Central Ave. UAK AND WALNUT GROWTH Urt HtAnT rLAIt.

with them. rough smooth large or small can be rapidly and cleanly grained. for all general graining purposes. and still make big money for the user as well as give thorough and perfect satisfaction to the customer having the work done. wiped out and rich work before used up. per yard. pages 1. incurring constant expense at a high cost fof besides. finer and more perfect by the aid of electricity than is possible for the hand of man to produce. rendering a larger plate or sheet virtually impracticable to control with rapidity and success. while with larger plates or roller patterns it is utterly impossible to hold them in firm and steady position (a very important requirement) on the work. operator to use his own taste and judgment along with the work as — T . and any surface. By oar new patent Electro Metal process just issued. 2 and 3. if carefully used. proving the Metallic Plates herein described to be the only satisfactory and perfect outcome of all graining inventions to date. while their speed is on the average of more thanfour (lay's Work (by hand or by any other process) done in a single day with the Plates Ths liandiness of using them in the sizes they are made. unclean blottingor transfersdone with expensive and perishable paper that has to be renewedabout every 5 or 10 minutes (thereby eating up the entire profits of the work) can by any means compare or compete with our process. Each plate if carefully used is calculated to produce from $50 to $100 dollars worth of work before worn out. and truly teaching iiim the very art of graining itself. while with the New Patent Perforated Metallic Plates every design seen through the perforations therein while the work is in progress. a man will never learn but forget the Art of Graining' by using blank patterns. as the plate work is equally»as clean and bright as the hand work. even if each plate done but one-tenthof above amount of w oik claimed. estimating the average. readily and quickly assimilates with the finest hand graining. we are now enabled to supply the 'rnest and choicest plates from natural wood designs. fitting and renewal of material. is clearly ous cutting. of graining but our plates can this union of hand work in combination with plate work be accomplished. A word to the ivise is sufficient. sliding. Yet it can be done for one-fifth of this with our plates. so that a full 14 plate set of the tools will make him a quick and firstcla?s hand grainer long before the said set of plates are worn out. averaging only about one cent for each ten yards of work done with each plate. The engravings above shown are of the latest designs of the Metallic Plates. and a few plates of Hearts.material and labor. Therefore no. which is guaranteed to do. also facilitates their rapid application. being actually perforated metal veneers. and now within the reach of all buyers. allowing the it progresses and by reversing the plates at different sections. so as to help out long stretches of work that would be very tedious to do all by hand. Our latest prices for plates and sets are popular. and therefore can be interwoven together one with the other.. as above stated. Tho above descriptive illustration and explanation will demonstrate facts and truths wrought out by many years' experience based on sound practical principles and experimental tests with every known material. as they fit anywhere where a steel graining comb fits. quickly maiiing endless mid continuous changes and varieties of pattern from each Plate. One of the most important features of the value of our graining tools is the fact that the graining done thereby. popular market price for graining alone at 10 cts. are all that is needed by a first-class hand grainer to facilitate and push large jobs of graining through quickly* hut to make set perfect add standard plates. or in other words. to produce from 600 to 1000 square yards. and cannot be told apart which is plate and which is hand work. Lights etc. and with no other known process. etc. many thousands of yards of clean.

that matches No. and taking into considerawork in endless variety from each plate. 60 cts. perfectly flat level} no buckling or unevenness. No. 6. and they will do the work of $50. and thus costing less than 50 cts. but owing prices* increased manufacturing facilities they are now sold at much lower Ave.. No. No. 7. and foreign countries.. 1. No. 5. 2. of No.00 worth of perishable paper patterns. 5. or by acid etching. gets full of color and has to be thrown away and a new one adopted These goods are an entire X less than one-tenth the price when their durability and loss of time cutting them.00. 0. Matches nicely around No. makes nice wainscot border round a room.ents in the with. 8. thereby getting the wear and use of three or four additional plates out of each plate before it is used up or entirely destroyed. 76 cts. the splendid designs of the plates the art of graining" they convey to the user are really worth that to and the instructive knowledge of amount still. 60 cts.00. as follows. size of No. 6. 2. 75 Set of 6 for $4. as they will last years of hard and constant work. the same as No. No. . Wl. giving off score? of different designs. BREGEHZER. allowing no oolor whatever to get underneath.00 to $7. they are and lies snug and secure to the work. as they never get clogged self-cleaning of good. 4. No. 14x6i.. 771 Central New Fatal Indestructible Metallic Fresco Stencils. No. and a\\ infringements thereof will be strictly deu\ The above Plates are finely made regular work with ordinary care. 11. while with the new patent Metallic Stencil the ties or connections are so thin and delicate as to be almost imperceptinstead. standard assortment for general work. warp and spoil like paper patterns while not in use. Plates are each an entire machine in itself. The ties or connections paper stencil have to be broad and clumsy. 4x4. No. Hoping Yours very respectfully. clean lew years ago were sold at $5. for panel. Border. and even more each. each on an average of first cost. the rapidity of producing fine.: No. also does for large panel stars in Size of Dado center of numerous chalkline struck diagonals. These new patent Metal Fresco Stencils are made by a new Electro process. 5. just patented. for around panel or along wainscot. All ihe above plates and other specialties in Catalogue are fully secured by many pat XJ. Border. The patterns which are now ready are as follows Corner-piece..00. Running' Border. or by mail for 10 cts.&King in all a splendid set. all of which stretches the metal and makes an Either of these stencils will outwear several hundred perishable^ uneven lying stencil. Dado Pattern. is hard to hold in position. are always bright and handsome in appearance. and — If sold separate. pattern. to continue around a room. and though they are very lasting.. and makes first-class work in oil or water color. 80 cts. Size. and is taken into consideration. l f $1. $1. 3. besides the constant trouble in a ible. 7. and as they are and constantly cleaned while in the action of using them on the work. 7. 1. No. size of No. as^ they are always bright and clean while in use or not in use. and yet r. 50 cts.. to fill large panels. 10. flexible metal. 9.00. additional to the above prices. Border. doing the work in less than § of the time consumed in applying a frail paper stencil to the work which soon breaks up.trong. . from the old perishable paper stencils. 3. 4. and also makes Center-piece.. so as to be strong. 2. 4 ornamental flower for panel. No. will not curl up. to say nothing of being much more easily and rapidly handled. 4. 1. The whole set of seven is sold for the low price of §4. Altogether there are seven choice designs in the entire outfit. 8fx4. 11^x11^. No.. $1-00. without any hammering or cutting out with dies or edge-tools. 40 cts. new departure THE ONLY PERFECTLY LEVEL METALLIC FRESCO STENCILS EVER MADE. 6. S. see engravings: No. 2. No. A LONG FELT WANT SUPPLIED AT LAST. No. Second Set:— No. that will last years oi up with color. double their durability can be further increased by a little solder applied to any worn or disconnected parts from time to tirae. 3. 60 cts. Ornamental Flower. cts. No. also matches No.00 75 cts. to hear J. No. which is easily and quickly done by a tinner. 7. paper ones. ceiling or panel. 4. S. 6. 10fx6^. 10x5*. No. We have many other designs but the above set is a each. also matches around panel ornament No. from yon with order* E„ Cleveland. and no trouble to clean. 1. size of No. No. sent to any address on receipt of price. No. Size of No. etc.. Every house and fresco painter should have the above set. By my new patent process of making the Metal Stencils. These and a tion their great lasting. ir. 13fx4. size of No. viz. 40 cts.qualities.

Proper mode of etebing gold and silver on glass. 771 Central Ave. 60. 35. 1 etc. Proper mode of gilding porcelain.a Hovy to make school blackboard composition. HUode of taking perfect impressions from prints. signs. 80.. * «* 1 1 I 9 II H* f P. etc. How to lay out a sign correctly. 2.. Walllettering and how to do it any size. All about show card writing and how to do it perfectly. 14. Block. etc.00. t»»g ° 2 3 ~S iiS g . or $3..00 for them all. 49. 44. d 40. Fictitious linseed oil how made.sjwfl S-s ^^•o n Premium paint without lead or oil.| § fe* ~^§S-g 39. Fcript. 58. neatly printed and secured. for wood or leather. 19. O. Magic tracing paper. 7.iust to get to know what is thoroughly explained by one of these receipts. 45. bl'S » Tcj * 13 *JTSh2§? ^?3f ^^3 *'§3»i« od so S** 3 i^isl°o8bII'S 15 - i y . Z4a « I? 1 5 8 T-Sg How to make ilapin dryer. i*'afS oof E" ^ Jet or polish. How to execute pearl work in a neat and perrect manner. etc* of all colors for sign work. 50. How to make first class and chtap door plates 5 °^ 5 ?§"£ 5« How to remove flock How to make smalts ^ = 41. BREGENZEk. C^3 ^ *^ DCg mm How ^™ ™"^ «" ! ^% 1^ W. 2 I stj^SS °c£t To make the best body varnish. . china and glassware.00 to $20. 29. g. How to make paper in io parchment. fifteen for $1."^ * » « Good. very durable. 32. How make the best transparent tracing paper. leaf. cheap enamel numbers for hotels. beet formula known. To prevent color from crawling. •^p. 21. How to make neat. 5. a%2£ > ~'D " » . Window shade painting. 9. A-'drees ail c< mmunicarior s in plain writin" giving vout name of county. «nclo*ing stamp with all letters needing a prompt written reply to Sifl^lI'sSi^l SSfifi °% U §2 S Iff'S BC{ 3. °.™o2o| Sg I* = = «§« Milk paint for barns. church pews. 50. * a^ = 3<2*-S J. etc. front doors. best quality. 15. shot method. All about sizing and gilding.w ' 1 S | . etc Gilding on glass. -g ° g/3 3 S-g g£ Farmers' paint. Many 1. How to make soluble glaes. 34. How to coat sign boards tnat will stand the weather. 52. g I = £ >>. J C3 **3J sfe-" It! gp»fp ^^ £ If J*":. red or any color. 6. 63. J.00. 4. Spacing letters proportionately on the sign.. Coloring and shading letters. 15 16. signs. . They are as follows. 64.| to make beautiful pale amber varnish. To make the best and most durable sign boards.ty slate their respective names and numbers nr>4 invariably be accompanied with the ca^h. how used. banners. and old cracked paint from sign boards. Saving waste gold smalt. 11. etc -J 38. of which are Valuable and haTe cost many a man from $5. in harmony.. 23. SO. Totransferprintstoglaes. How to flock and smalt signs.. S. Proper harmonizing. How to make floric acid and the requiied protective varnisn. ow to wash Reviver for gilt frames to make like hpw.*>. best quality ^^?'2 g a! Incomiuistible compound iron paint. 51. Gilding glass signs. * 9 %*>>= 2 ° (SB = To make dry ng oil equal to patent dryer at one-fourth tka arfC*. etc. to make letters and flowers on polished etet\. How 1 1 54. 27. italic capitals and lower case italic. amenting glass.$ * si*"! gl * g CD«= jf tB * *?i*x I ?. Solution for silvering glass. 57. The six golden rules for the proper formation of Boman letters. transparencies. 26. 65. 24. 86. durable and cheap onteide paint. efc. 8.-ia°fl5 = . 47. ^Jo.„ u _ mjtmj m ao ^ = (f> s^ 1 § £ 5^ 37. To silver looking glasses.g*g *|| o I How tomake all kinds of polishes. 48. 42 m 43. 28. 31. scrolls. 23.! fv. etc How to make excellent imitation enameled glaca. Engraving and ornaini nting glass wiih acid. How to size and gild Japan tin signs properly. compounding and mixing of all colors for house and sign wort. 46. 83. price 10 cents each. Painting and. Imitation peail work. 2 £ ~ _ e . Howto make and use Gilder's oil gold size. H'° %"% Carriage varnish. ete. Lowercase Roman. COPYRIGHT SECURED. E„ Cleveland.(. so aB to be kept a good many years 'for future reference. „. ->3. gilding on silk. How to shade gold designs. To make gold lacquer and gold varnish. B5. bluck. 18. Gildinsron v ood. All orders for the above recipes mu l pian. . 12. Frosting for show cards. 17. Mode of drilling and on. . 61. How to do to ettering on muslin. §d £ °rt g u s2 •*• ' I- How to Bilver and gild ivory. 8. or plate iron and steel with gold. 62. Egyptian or half block. 25. Howto make the best Bhellac varnish and knotting. any color. 6e.SIXTY-FIVE OF THE MOST PRACTICAL AND USEFUL RECIPES Pertaining to the Painting and Decorating Business. 10.


. 16 27 are The above cuts new additional Graining Plates and Fresco Stencils. fcA^.SHOWING THE New Patent Metal Fresco Stencils jfe a *t j t-A^* t-A^s.

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