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Now readyTiffany 1907 Blue Edition - No illustrations. 621 pages of concise descriptions and prices of Jewelry, Silverware, Watches, Clocks, Bronzes, Pottery, Glass and other articles suitable for Christmas gifts

Biue Book sent upon request

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Ladies' Gold Watches Small open-face, 18-karat-gold watches, suitable for young women

$25, $35, $45, upward Small chronographs in 18-karat-gold cases for Trained Nurses

$50 Men's Gold Watches New model, open-face watches, in 18-karat-gold cases, adapted for young men $60, $95, $100, upward Open-face, 18-karat-gold minute repeaters, $135 and $240

Ladies' Diamond Rings Solitaires

$25, $50, $75, $95, upward Solitaires with small diamonds embedded in shank

$75, upward Two-stone diamond rings

$50, Three-stone diamond rings

$60, Five-stone half-hoop diamond rings

$50,

Clocks
Best French eight-day movements, in gilt bronze
and glass cases, Traveling Clocks $12, $14, $20, $28
Mantel Clocks striking hours and half-hours on
Cathedral gong

$20, $35 and $55
Fork and Spoon Chests
Tiffany & Co.'s copyrighted patterns of Sterling
Silver Forks and Spoons. Prices include handsome,
compact, hardwood chests, with lock and key
5 dozen sets

$100 to $200 6

$140 to $250 7

$175 to $300 8

$250 to $350

Upon advice as to requirements and limit of price, Tiffany & Co. will send photographs, cuts or careful descriptions of what their stock affords

Goods Sent on
Approval

to any part of the United States, to persons known to the house or who will make themselves known by reference from any National Bank or responsible business house

Fifth Avenue New York

Tiffany & Co. are strictly retailers. They do not employ agents or sell their wares through other dealers

Tiffany & Co. always welcome a comparison of prices

Overland Monthly

An Ilustrated Magazine of the West.

December, 1906

.412

Cover Design (Madrone Berries)

.Drawn by Eloise J. Roorbach Frontispiece-Quotation from Robert Louis Stevenson (Insert)

. 411 Frontispiece— Winter Scene in Yosemite Valley San Francisco as a Cynosure of the Eyes of America and the World (Ill.).

Arthur J. Ryan

413 Santa Claus, 30 to 1 (Ill.)...

Julian Josephson

.421 Christmas Sports in California (Ill.)... Arthur Inkersley

433 Socialism, Evolved and Ideal

. Solon Orr

443 A Christmas Surprise Party (Ill.) . Frances La Place.

447 Captives, The (Poem)

. Arthur Powell

.453 Illustration (David Starr Jordan)

454 To Make the Gift Divine (Ill.)

. Henry Meade Bland

.455 To an Oregon Raft Log, Cast Ashore (Poem)..Charles S. Ross

461 Christmas Vision, A (Poem. Ill.)..... Helen Fitzgerald Sanders

.462 Christmas in the Hills (Illustrated by Eloise J. Roorbach)...

Virginia Garland

- 464 Yule Tide in Merrie England (Ill.).... Katherine Elwes Thomas

.470 Illustration (Izeita Jewel)

..480 Charitable Organizations (Ill.).........Erelyn Crawford

.481 Sonnet for Christmas Eve (Poem).....Charlton Lawrence Edholm

.487 Illustration (“The Drive to the Great House.”)

.488 Country Life in North Carolina (Ill.).. Mary Hanford Ford

.489 In the Lair of the Bear

. John L. Cowan. Christmas in California

.John Wright Buckham

.496 San Francisco Forging Ahead

497 Picturesque California (Ill.)

.499 In the Realm of Bookland

.500 Pousse Cafe

.Slliott Flower

504

.495

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