What a SUPER piece of Nebraska history! Along with local service to the surrounding communities Fiegenbaum offered his products through this mail order catalog. Offering "hand-made" 14K gold ring mountings, Howard SOLID GOLD and gold-filled watches along with Crescent gold-filled watches, hat pins, scarf pins, brooches, chatelaine pins, lavallieres, neck chains, gold link buttons, guard chains, lockets, waist pin sets, cuff links, watch chains, ribbon mountings, watch fobs and bracelets. He also included Sterling Silver novelties such as vanity items including: brushes, combs, mirrors, manicure sets, nail buffers, whisk brooms, napkin rings, candle holders, tea strainers, salt and peppers, vases, dresser boxes, pin holders, lockets and picture frames, vanity boxes, letter openers, thimbles, scissors, wax sealers, toilet requisites, bag tags, labels, cigar cutters, pocket knives, buckles, compacts, snuff boxes, ashtrays, perfumes and spoons. The CUT GLASS offerings included: cruets, water sets, sugar and creamer sets, celery and salt dips, vases, bowls and napkin rings. Table serving sets included: the Diana Pattern silver plate and "Rosemary" table ware. MOORE and TOURIST were the only two brands of fountain pens offered. PLEASE view the pictures for actual locations of staining, age and wear. Small tears and minor damage to the outer covers. 7" by 10"