Detroit: Herman and Ben Marks, Manufacturing Furriers, 1926. Pamphlet. 32p., every page features b&w exhibit photography (commonly displaying four coats modelled full-length on young women), reproduced and captioned on glazed alkaline paperstock. Softbound, a decorated pamphlet in 10x9 inch stapled wraps. Intact, but very handled, with extensive crimping to all leaves; we see no tears or marked-up areas, and no out-and-out grime. Staples very slightly touched with rust. A good (good-only) copy. Laid in is an order blank on toned letterhead. FYI, the very first leaf is to be memorized by, then discarded (per dotted cut-line) by, the retailer; it reveals a wholesale-cost secret of which customers should remain ignorant ("Read, Remember - and Cut This Page Out").