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Registered: 07-2011
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1941 Catalog


Does anyone have a decent scan of the 1941 catalog?? The copy here i believe originally came from my website and I got it from someone who sent me the scans but it's badly chopped up and incomplete. I've never seen one come up for sale either 'cause I don't have one in my collection!!

Gene Miller
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Re: 1941 Catalog


There was a guy I bought a couple of 70s catalogs on ebay from, and I think he had some of the older ones as well. I'll check and see if I can find an email addy for him.

Welcome to the site, Gene. It is good to see you here.

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Re: 1941 Catalog


The 41 catalog in pieces here, and other catalog scans on the web, is from a poster/mailer I've seen dated 1941 and 1946 in the price section. It doesn't break down easy. The poster blocks of products weren't even in size to the others. Also it is printed on both sides so drums are scattered.

I think the 16 page 1940 preview mini catalog would show all offered in R lug model drums. The 5 drum set outfits offered changed up a bit on that 41/46 poster/mailer.

Email me direct Gene if you need help with any Rogers NJ Farmingdale paper. Gary

fltgrycleav at yahoo.com

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