Barcelona: Rister, n.d., 1920s. Pamphlet. Unpaginated, about nineteen printed pages on coated alkaline paperstock, included eight color plates showing the variety of styles, tiles, taps and special features; with another dozen or so b&w drawings and diagrams. Also shown is an artist's aerial rendering of the Barcelona factory, a number of washstands, and one (1) toilet. Softbound, an oblong pamphlet fastened with its original red cord (in good shape, but red has offset a little onto center margins) in 6.5x9.5 inch decorated wraps that imitate corkboard. Unmarked and clean, a bit worn from handling, plates are (all of them) in excellent shape, a good to very good copy.
FYI, dated from hairstyles; the lady of the house wear it in a bob, her maid only slightly longer. Plus, artwork is pre-deco. Ad text and artwork emphasizes how easier to clean are the slab-sided Rister designs than the footed tubs of less sophisticated tub-makers.