Appointment: (2) Studebaker Carriage Catalogs.
Condition: Excellent (Possibly new old stock)
Year: 1908 & 1910
The H & C Studebaker blacksmith shop opened in 1852 at the corner of Michigan and Jefferson Streets in what is now the heart of downtown South Bend, Indiana. Henry and Clement Studebaker's blacksmith shop would turn into the Studebaker Manufacturing Company in 1868, and would eventually become the largest wagon manufacturer in the world. Studebaker would also be the only manufacturer to successfully switch from horse-drawn to gasoline powered vehicles.
I have for sale 2 separate catalogs from this wonderful carriage company. According to the front endpaper Studebaker had repositories in Chicago, 2 locations in New York City, Portland, Seattle, Kansas City, Salt Lake City, Denver, Dallas, and San Francisco.
Both of these catalogs are from Studebaker Bros of California. Mission and Fremont Streets. San Francisco, CA.
Catalog No. 1
Catalog No. 277. 1908. The catalog has 128 pages, and full of drawings of all types of carriages. Phaetons, wagons, carts, and coachman driven pieces. The catalog has the original price list. Excellent condition. $275.00
Catalog No. 2
World Vehicles. 1910. This catalog has 100 pages and features many types of carriages. Phaetons, wagons, auto-top surreys, etc…Perfect condition. $245.00
You will not be disappointed in either of these pieces.
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