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TIFFANY & Co.
DIAMOND AND GEM MERCHANTS
The Price of Silver
Notwithstanding the increasing cost of silver bullion, Tiffany & Co. will continue, until further notice, to offer Sterling Silver Forks and Spoons of their current copyrighted patterns at
Upon this basis, the prices per dozen range as follows
Cuts of Patterns Sent Upon Request
This method of marking prices furnishes patrons. with exact information as to weights and enables them to more readily compare values with articles for similar uses sold elsewhere
Silverware on Approval
Upon receipt of satisfactory references from any
Fifth Avenue New York
Formerly at Union Square
Tiffany & Co. always welcome a comparison of prices
All of Tiffany &
Tiffany & Co. 1906 Blue Book will be sent to intending purchasers without charge. This catalogue contains No Illustrations It is a compact little volume of 530 pages and over 6,000 suggestions of jewelry, silverware, and choice artistic objects suitable for wedding or other gifts, with the range of prices at which they may be purchased
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Our Quest (Poem)
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By Louis J. Stellmann
By F. A. Cramblitt
. By Emma Playter Seabury
Gentleness of Henderson's Cow,
By R. B. Townshend
Close Call, A
By Russell Harper
Gold Hunters, The
By Lieut. Constant Cordier, U. S. A..271
By Arthur Powell ...
.By H. Gerald Chapin
By Roy Farrell Greene
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