Paris: Pardon & Cie., Constructeurs, 1911. Unpaginated, but each page of cover and text are a numbered "Plate" ergo 27 "pages" not counting the front cover image, which shows the extensive industrial plant. Covers printed on red cardstock, text and illustrations on good but not fully alkaline paperstock, a large softbound pamphlet in 10.5x8.5 inch printed wraps. Wraps are enclosed in an amateur sur-wrap of clear acetate, taped to itself and can be removed without problems. Mild general wear with two faults: number one, the staples have rusted freeing center double-leaf (no damage to it except the rust); rust has migrated and fractionally disfigured gutters between many pages. Number two, expect a sharply-creased vertical foldline affecting the entire booklet. A fair to good copy that can be consulted handily.
Gates, grilles, metal barriers in great variety including roller doors for small business, fencing for graves, winding staircases, balcony ornamentation, awnings and other window fixtures. Hurricane fencing? yep, that too.