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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #10 on: October 31, 2017, 03:24:35 PM »
Some more Kosta catalogues have come my way.

Like the others, all can be found at http://bergdala-glastekniska-museum.se/nedladdningar.html. (Should the links be broken, try re-loading the page - the actual files have been moved)

Should someone "out there" be good with designer codes, I would be happy to publish a list of them - Kosta 1960 and Kosta 1966 have 2-letter codes, which I suppose are for designer names. (Myself, I am more intersted in obsolete techniques than in glass objects...) A PM will find me, or an email to kontakt (at) bergdala-glastekniska-museum.se.

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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #11 on: November 09, 2017, 08:45:18 PM »
Found: another website with Swe catalogues (but not free...)

http://www.bayakerblom.se/glaslitteratur_kataloger_diverse/ovrigt.html

He also has two "example files" (free):
Björkå ovenproof: http://www.bayakerblom.se/dokumentation_glas/Bjorka%20Eldfasta%20ugnsformar.pdf (no year, that I can see - but given the instructions, it was early in the ovenproof era - before the '40ies?)

Målerås: http://www.bayakerblom.se/dokumentation_glas/Aktiebolaget%20Maleras%20Glasbruk.pdf (no year either)

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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #12 on: February 23, 2018, 05:13:47 PM »
more catalogues:

Boda nr 7 (unknown year, guessing late 50-60)

several Åfors - even the Godon catalogues have been uploaded

also, for those so inclined: 33 issues of the "personnel paper" Mängen, for workers at Åfors, Kosta, Boda, Johansfors, Skruf & Målerås (not all glasworks all the time)

All this to be reached from http://bergdala-glastekniska-museum.se/nedladdningar.html

... more in the proverbial pipeline...

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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #13 on: February 23, 2018, 05:19:56 PM »
Hej Kerstin.

Tack så mkt för att du delar med dig👍😀/Thanks a lot for sharing.

Hälsningar/ regards
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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #14 on: February 23, 2018, 06:20:00 PM »
hmmm - what's the saying?

"we aim to please", perhaps?

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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #15 on: March 03, 2018, 01:10:13 PM »
New:

Elme 1926

several Pukeberg

(most of there have come to me as collections of individual pictures - to maximize "order" and minimize size, I paste them into word and save them as .pdfs - sometimes pages are not quite in order, sometimes they are doubled. If I spot the mistakes, I try to correct them, but I guess there are several mis-orders I have not spotted...)

again, all at http://bergdala-glastekniska-museum.se/nedladdningar.html

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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #16 on: March 21, 2018, 04:10:23 PM »
Today

- Kosta vinserviser after 1950

- Kosta Boda Collection 1992 (in several parts)  (yes, all parts have the same 5 pages in the beginning - the rest are different)

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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #17 on: June 01, 2018, 04:35:47 PM »
today:

Gullaskruf 1947

Transjö 1871-1931

(y'all know where, I hope...)

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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #18 on: June 01, 2018, 05:39:07 PM »
Fantastic as usuall.
Thank you Kerstin.
I have the catalog, Pukebergs glasbruk 1871-1946 minnesskrift.
Är det något du vill ha eller har du den redan?

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Re: published: some old-ish Swedish catalogues for download
« Reply #19 on: June 01, 2018, 06:54:15 PM »
Tack - minnesskriften har jag. Men vadå katalog?
(har mängder med lampkataloger, tråkiga. av "spännande" har jag cryopas, men den är i dåligt skick och dessutom mindre än en kunde tro...)

Errm. In English: feel free to scan and publish whatever you (anyone of you) have - send me links, and I will link.
If you do not have a place to publish, I can do that - my data space is bigger than I can use for myself...  (I'll give you credit, of course)

It has to be ... reasonable: someone gave me a facsimile of a Målerås cat, the facsimile is copyrighted by the museum in 1990. I feel I cannot publish that - it may not still be in print, but... is copyrighted by the museum.
I don't have problems w glassworks' catalogues of the '90ies: I may not be formally correct, but my reasoning is: by reproducing their promotional material (promoting things no longer manufactured), I am helping them "spreading their fame"...
(Actually, I was in contact w Kosta some months ago, they applauded my initiative)

So. Jonas: har du nåt spännande, så kan jag upplåta plats!

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