By Betty Norbury
Furnishings for the twenty first Century ПРОФЕССИИ И РЕМЕСЛА,ДИЗАЙН, ДОМ и СЕМЬЯ Автор: Betty NorburyИздательство: StudioДата публикации: 2000-10-23ISBN: 067089169XЯзык: EnglishКоличество страниц: 192 Формат: PDFРазмер: 10 MbA reflect whose beautiful veneering conjures up past instances. An forever flexible modular boardroom desk in sensuous walnut. A new-century chest whose ten assorted woods mimic the daring, complicated strata of a rock face. furnishings for the twenty first Century highlights those and plenty of different outstanding items from thirty-six eminent dressmaker makers whose paintings has been commissioned from all over the world. .com sixty eight
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Manufactured from the late 1800s to the mid-1900s, mechanical, still, and register banks (which indicate the value of the coins deposited) are marvels of ingenuity made of tin, lead or cast iron. Although banks come in all makes and functions, the most desirable banks employ a novelty or mechanical action when a coin is placed inside. Banks are sought after because they so efficiently represent the popular culture at the time they were made. Th is is evident in the wartime registering banks Six lithographed tin banks: mechanical house bank, West Germany, with child at counter accepting money, sporting tin lithographic decorations insert coin, push tray, and money disappears into of superheroes or animation characters bank, with original trap and key; copyright 1905 or the cast iron figures that propagated register coin bank by Shonk, Chicago, deposit coin, swing lever down to tally total amount of coins racial stereotypes common from 1880 to deposited; growing bank, England, black man with 1930.