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PATTERN BO©K



ILLUSTRATING THE COMPLETE

RANGE OF DESIGNS IN

STAMPED ART METAL

AVAILABLE FROM STOCK

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1935

Showrooms in all States

WUNDERLICH LIMITED

MANUFACTURERS

SYDNEY

Baptist Street, Redfern PERTH

Lord and Short Streets

STH. MELBOURNE

Hanna St. (near Sturt St.)

HOBART

I 39 Macquarie Street

ADELAIDE

Srote & Morphett Streets

LAUNCESTON

71 St. John Street

BRISBANE

Amelia Street, Valley

NEWCASTLE

King Street (nr. Watt St.)

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FOREWORD


Forty'five years of constant development and improvement in the manufacture of Wunderlich Art Metal materials have necessitated the production of a vast number of designs. Many of these are now obsolete. The present publication illustrates those that will, in future, be available from stock at current list prices. Patterns that have been eliminated can still be supplied, subject, however, to an initial charge of from £2 to £3 to cover the cost of special manufacture. The latter patterns are not illus' trated herein, but are shown in previous Wunderlich catalogues.

The “Contemporary Art Patterns" shown on pages 4, 5, etc., are representative of the latest vogue. Those released subsequent to this publication will be illustrated, from time to time, on folders of standard sise, suitable for filing with the “Wunderlich Pattern Book.”

The information contained in this Book is indispensable to Builders, Agents, and others ordering materials for resale. It will be of use to Architects when advising clients in the selection of designs to conform to their particular requirements, but Home'builders themselves will be more interested in the illustrations of complete installations that are shown in subsidiary publications of Wunderlich Limited.


Catalogue M.87.—January, 1935.


WUNDERLI CH LIMITED, MANUFACTU



TABLE OF CONTENTS

STEEL MATERIALS:    Page

Contemporary Art Patterns ..    . .    . .    . .    4, 5

Damask Patterns    ..    ..    . .    .    .    .    6

Modern Art Patterns    ..    .    .    ..    .    .    .    .    7

Moulded and Adam Type Designs .    . .    .    8,9

Beaded Sheetings    ..    ..    . .    .    .    .    10

Diapers    ..    ..    ..    . .    .    . .    ..11,12

Panellings    . .    ..    . .    . .    . .    .    13

Shallow Panels    . .    . .    .    .    . .    .    .    .    14

Deep Panels    ..    ..    ..    .    .    .    .    .    15

Filler Panellings    ..    ..    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    16, 17

Insert Panels    ..    ..    ..    .    .    .    ..    18

Dado Panels    .    .    . .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    .    19

Borders, Friezes and Soffits    .    .    . .    .    .    .    20,21

Border Sheetings    ..    ..    .    .    . .    .    .    .    .    22

Mouldings    . .    ..    . .    ..    .    .    23

Cornices    ..    ..    ..    .    .    .    . .    24,25

GALVANISED MATERIALS:

Awning Fascias    ..    ..    . .    .    .    .    .    26,27

Exterior and Interior Sheetings    .    .    .    ..    28,29

ZINC MATERIALS:

Centreflowers (including a few    Steel)    . .    .    .    ..    30'33

Hip Rolls and Crestings    ..    ..    ..    . .    .    .    34

Acroteria, Crockets, Gargoyles and Heads ..    . .    35

Overdoors, Spandrils, Pediments, Scrolls, Swags, etc. . .    36, 37

Zinc Cornices ..    ..    ..    ..    . .    .    .    38, 39

Capitals and Consoles    ..    ..    ..    ..    .    .    40, 41

Ventilators (Stamped and Cast)    ..    ..    ..    ..    42-44

Advertising Devices...... ..    ..    .    45

How to Fix and Decorate ........ ..    46, 47

Glazing Bars ........    ¿0

WUNDERLICH LIMITED

Manufacturers of

ART METAL CEILINGS. DURABESTOS (ABESTOS-CEMENT) sheets, terra cotta roofing tiles shopfronts and showcases, architectural sheet METAL WORK, ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COTTA COLORTEX BRICKS AND BRICKETTES, WUNDERGLAZE (ELECTRO COPPER) GLAZING. E<c

Administration:

BAPTIST STREET. REDFERN. SYDNEY, N.S.W.

Showrooms:

SYDNEY

Baptist Street, Redfern PERTH

Lord and Short Streets


BRISBANE Amelia Street, Valley NEWCASTLE King Street (nr. Watt St.)


STH. MELBOURNE    ADELAIDE

Hanna St. (near Sturt St.) Crote & Morphctt Streets

HOBART    LAUNCESTON

09 Macquarie Street    71 St. John Street

CLASSIFIED INDEX TO PATTERNS

Page

Pattern

Page

Pattern

Page

Pattern'

Page

1143

. 19

1518 ..

42

1640 .

17

1146

. 23, 34

1522 ..

42

1644 .

26

1147

. 29

1538 . .

6, 22

1645 .

26

1148

. 10

1545 . .

6

1646 .

26

1149

. 10

1548 . .

21

1647 .

27

1152

. 22

1551 ..

44

1655 .

48

1160

. 34

1560 . .

9

1662 .

28

1170

. 15

1561 . .

9

1673 .

15

1172

. 25

1562 . .

13

1674 .

44

1184

. 18

1563 . .

25

1675 .

43

1185

. 18

1566 . .

27

1677 .

15

1186

. 18

1567 . .

11

1680 .

20

1187

. 18

1570 . .

30

1681 .

4

1310

. 36

1571 ..

23

1682 .

4

1311

. 36

1573 ..

6

1683 .

4

1312

. 25

1574 . .

6

1684 .

5

1346

. 21

1575 ..

9

1685 .

24

1347 .

. 21

1576 . .

9

1693 .

43

1348

. 21

1577 . .

9

1694 .

35

1349

. 19

1578 ..

9, 16

1695 .

42

1352

. 14

1579 . .

34

1696 .

4

1354

. 14

1580 . .

23

1699 .

42

1361 .

. 23

1581 ..

43

1700 .

4

1363 .

. 25

1582 . .

8

1701 .

24

1366 .

. 22

1583 . .

8

1702 .

5

1367

. 43

1584 . .

8

1704 .

42

1367A.

. 43

1585 . .

43

1705 .

4

1368 .

. 47

1586 ..

14

1706 .

34

1369 .

. 47

1587 ..

13

1708 .

24

1370 .

. 47

1588 ..

11

1710 .

23

1381 .

. 13

1589 ..

6

1712 .

4

1382 .

. 25

1590 ..

43

1718 .

5, 9

1384 .

. 25

1590A. .

43

1719 .

5, 9

1387 .

. 22

1591 ..

28

1720 .

43

1391 .

. 25

1593 ..

8

1721 .

43

1393 .

. 17

1594 ..

8

1722 .

43

1397 .

. 14

1594 ..

23

1723 .

43

1398 .

. 13

(mould)

1725 .

43

1399 .

. 13

1595 ..

8

1726 .

43

1406 .

. 22

1596 ..

8

1727 .

43

1409 .

. 25

1597 ..

8

1728 .

43

1423 .

. 10

1602 ..

13

1729 .

26

1430 .

. 19

1603 ..

20

1730 .

26

1431 .

. 19

1604 ..

20

1731 .

44

1432 .

. 19

1606 ..

35

1732 .

44

1440 .

. 16

1609 . .

27

1733 .

44

1454 .

. 25

1610 ..

27

1734 ,

44

1456 .

. 8

1611 ..

27

1735 ,

44

1457 .

. 8

1612 ..

27

1736 ,

44

1458 .

. 8

1613 ..

27

1737 .

44

1463 ,

. 31

1614 ..

27

1738 .

44

1468 ,

. 23

1616 ..

22

1739 .

44

1469 .

. 43

1619 ..

26

1740 .

44

1474 .

. 16

1621 . .

26

1741 .

44

1477 .

. 33

1623 . .

7, 9

1742 .

44

1480 ,

. 42

1624 ..

7, 9

1743 .

44

1481 .

. 42

1625 ..

24

1744 .

44

1482 .

. 42

1626 . .

30

1748 .

24

1485 .

. 17

1627 . .

7

1749 .

24

1491 .

. 17

1628 ..

7

1750 .

24

1493 .

. 23

1629 ..

7

1751 .

24

1499 .

. 6

1630 . .

7

1752 .

42

1501 .

. 9, 16

1632 ..

20

1753 .

21

1504 .

. 28

1633 ..

20

1755 .

24

1507 .

. 21

1638 . .

27

1756 .

24

1508 .

. 20

1639 ..

26

1757 .

24


Pattern

35

720

35

45

723

41

37

725

38

36

726

34

45

740

39

38

742

40

35

743

39

34

746

15

34

751

29

38

752

33

39

755

38

34

765

24

10

776

25

22

789

20

10

794

31

34

803

42

32

811

40

32

812

45

23

828

40

23

830

42

40

842

31

23

843

. 36,

41

35

844

35

35

861

37

40

862

36

37

876

41

33

878

24

45

884

40

23

885

36

37

886

36

33

887

31

33

907

31

33

927

19

33

933

24

33

954

25

33

959

23

33

965

42

36

966

42

41

967

42

35

975

23

35

989

29

32

990

29

39

994

15

39

996

39

39

1000

14

39

1029

20

45

1034

12

37

1037

12

39

1045

28

32

1046

! 28,

29

35

1055

14

45

1074

12

41

1076

25

40

1077

34

40

1082

35

34

1084

31

23

1086

12

34

1093

11

38

1094

30

41

1095

31

34

1096

31

40

1110

24

20

1111

25

41

1115

12

39

1118

12

33

1130

25

41

1134

19


Pattern

Page

1 .

38

2 .

38

4 .

38

7 .

38

8 .

38

15 .

38

22 .

38

50 .

30

52 .

30

55 .

30

56 .

30

57 .

32

60 .

30

82 .

30

88 .

33

89 .

33

96 .

32

101 .

39

102 .

39

103 .

39

108 .

39

Ill .

39

114 .

36

119 .

39

121 .

42

125 .

42

133 .

32

134 .

32

135 .

32

136 .

39

137 .

32

142 .

42

147 .

42

150 .

11

163 .

15

171 .

11

172 .

22

173 .

10

189 .

29

190 .

29

198 .

11

201 .

23

204 .

23

205 .

23

206 .

23

209 .

23

220 .

28

224 .

32

227 .

45

228 .

45

230 .

35

231 .

37

241 .

40

242 .

40

250 .

37

314 .

35

315 .

35

324 .

37

335 .

31

337 .

30

352 .

24

385 .

34

397 .

34

398 .

34

415 .

40

416 .

40

417 .

40

Pattern Page


423

430

431

432

433 440 448

450

451 454 456 458

463

464

465

472

473

474 497 499 506 517

521

522

523 532 536 548 551

559

560

561

562

563

564

565

567

568 577

584

585 599 602 603 605 607 611 612 617

625

626 629 642 646 648 651 654 662 674 688 695 699 709 711

714

715 718

CONTEMPORARY ART

PATTERNS.





CONTEMPORARY ART PATTERNS.


No. 1702*.

Registration applied for.


No. 1696*.

Registered Design No. 11376.


No. 1684».

Registered Design No. 11327.


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Supplied in Sheets measuring Oft. x 2ft. Illustrations represent 2ft. x 2ft. ♦Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.


DAMASK PATTERNS.


—Paten

No. 1573*.—Patent No. 6569.    No. 1574*.—Patent No. 6569.

Damask Designs rely on the incidence of light and shade to reveal the pattern. The double toned effect c i i- characteristic of these designs is produced by the application of a single colour.

Supplied in sheets measuring 6ft. x 2ft. with the exception of No. 1538, which is available in 6ft. x 3ft.

The illustrations represent 2ft. x 2ft.

»These patterns are stocked also in Galvanised Steel.

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MODERN ART PATTERNS.





The embossed portions of these patterns are modelled on a uniform plane, so that the application of an ordinary paint roller is sufficient to bring out the highlights.

Supplied in sheets measuring 6ft. x 2ft., with the exception of No. 1623, which is available in panels

2ft. x 2ft. Illustrations represent 2ft. x 2ft.

‘Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.

MOULDED AND ADAM TYPE DESIGNS.

No. 1584.—Filler Sheeting, 6' x 3'.

No. 1596.—Corner Panel, 2' 10£" x 2' 10£". No. 1597.—Border Sheeting, 3' x 2' 10£".




No. 1593.—Corner Panel, 2' 10" x 2' 10". No. 1594.—Border Sheeting, 6' x 2' 10". No. 1593?—Centre Panel, 3' x 3'.

No. 1582.—Corner Panel, 2' 10" x 2' 10". No. 1583.—Border Sheeting, 6' x 2' 10". No. 1584.—Filler Sheeting, 6' x 3'.

Illustrations represent portions of complete ceilings, 6ft. x 6ft.

MOULDED AND ADAM TYPE DESIGNS.

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No. 1575.—Corner Panel, 2ft. x 2ft.

No. 1576.—Floral and No. 1577.—Plain Border Panellings, Oft. x 2ft. and 2ft. x 2ft.

No. 1578. Filler Sheeting (see page 16).

No. 1623.—Corner Panel, 2ft. x 2ft. No. 1624.—Border Panelling, 6ft, x 2ft, 4ft. x 2ft. and 2ft. x 2ft.

No. 1578.—Filler Sheeting (see page 16). See also No. 1626, Ventilating Panel, on page 30.

No. 1560. —Border Panelling, 6ft. x 2ft. and 2ft. x 2ft.

No. 1561.—Corner Panel, 2ft. x 2ft.

No. 1501.—Filler Panelling (see page 16).

No. 1719.—Border Panelling and 2ft. x 2ft.

No. 1578.—Filler Sheeting (see page 16).

Illustrations represent portions of complete ceilings, 6ft. x 4ft.

BEADED SHEETINGS


These Patterns are generally used as Wall Innings.

Supplied in sheets measuring 6ft. x 2ft. Illustrations represent 2ft. x 2ft. Internal and External Angle Strips, No. 1369 and No. 1368, should be used with all wall lining treatments. ♦Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.

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Diaper patterns are economically suitable for covering the entire ceiling area between cornices. The unit of the design, being small, makes it practicable to cut the sheeting up to the cornice without

detriment to the effect.

Supplied in Sheets measuring 6ft. x 2ft. Illustrations represent 2ft. x 2ft.

‘Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.

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I <>r Wal1 Lin>ngs. Internal and External Angle Strips, Nos. 1369 arid 1368, should be used.

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PANELLINGS.


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Supplied in Sheets measuring 6ft. x 2ft. Illustrations represent 2ft. x 2ft. *Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.


Nos. 163, 994, 746 and 1170 arc supplied in stock sizes of 2ft. x 2ft. Nos. 1673 and 1677 are supplied

in sheets 6ft. x 2ft.

A series of panels to work in with No. 994 can be supplied as follows :—

Plain .. No. 995 —2ft. x 1ft.    No. 993.—1ft. x 1ft.

Enriched.. No. 991.—2ft. x 2ft.    No. 992.—2ft. x 1ft.    No. 1085.—2ft. x 2ft.

»Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.

FILLER PANELLINGS.


These panellings are supplied in sheets 6ft. x 2ft. Their application, in conjunction with border panellings and corner panels, is shown on page 9. The illustrations represent 2ft. x 2ft.



Supplied in panels 3ft. x 3ft. The illustrations represent 3ft. x 3ft. ♦Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.


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No. 1491.

Supplied in Sheets 6ft. x 3ft.


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No. 1640*.

Supplied in Panels 3ft. x 3ft.


No. 1393.

Supplied in Sheets 6ft. x 3ft.


The illustrations represent 3ft. x 3ft. »Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.


No. 1184.—SPRING.


used as Insert or Corner Panels tor


No. 1186.—AUTUMN.


No. 1187.—W INTER.


Illustrations represent panels 2ft. x 2ft.



The following are stock sizes:—Nos. 1430, 1431, 1432, 927 and 1349 in 6ft. x 3ft. sheets.

Nos. 1134 in 3ft. 6in. x 1ft., 3ft. 6in. x 2ft., 3ft. x 1ft. and 3ft. x 2ft.

No. 1143, 2ft. 6in. x 2ft. and 2ft. 6in. x 1ft.

Internal and External Angle Strips, Nos. 1369 and 1368, should be used with all wall lining treatments.

BORDERS, FRIEZES. AND SOFFITS.



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No. 1508.—-Stock widths, Oin., 12in., loin., 18in. and 24in.1





Combination Border and Molding such as No. 1508 and No. 1680 are more economical in use than

separate units of Border and Molding.

All Patterns illustrated above are supplied in 6ft. lengths, except Corner Panel No. 1604 which is

supplied in a stock size of 1ft. x 1ft.

SOFFITS.

Diagram illustrating exte nsion Stiles for Beam Casing.


The illustrations below are of stock patterns of beam Soffits. These Soffits are supplied with loose stiles (with the exception of No. 1548 and No. 1753) thus enabling them to be employed as a treatment to beams varying in width from 6ins. to 18ins. Border Fillings are used for the fascia (or sides) of the beams. (See page 22). Of these No. 1406 is the most suitable. No. 1406 together with stile No. 1507 or the stile of No. 1346, can also be used as complete treatments for beam soffits of practically any width.

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The Stock Size oi Patterns, No. 1616 and No. 1538, is 6ft. x 3ft. wide, whilst that of the other designs is 6ft. x 2ft. wide. All may be obtained to order in any narrower width.

Design No. 1406 is supplied with a bead along one edge.

The illustrations represent 2ft. x|lft.

♦Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.

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No. 1580.—4in. Girth*.


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No. 1708.-

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The first four plain steel cornices are always clean mitred. Mitre leaves are available for all the other cornices illustrated. Cornices are supplied in Oft. lengths.

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♦Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.

GALVANISED AWNING FASCIAS.

No. 1619.—Cornice and Cover.


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No. 1621. Plain Frieze, Sin. wide.

No. 1645. — Embossed Frieze, lOin. wide (coin ground).

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GALVANISED AWNING FASCIAS.

Complete Fascia treatment, No. 1566, width overall, 18?in., made up of the following —

No. 1609. — Cornice and Cover.

No. 1610. — Fluted Frieze, 8 inches wide, with applied Boss, No. 1614 (8 inches square). These Bosses are supplied separately.

Alternatively :—

No. 1612. — Plain Frieze, 8 inches wide, used as an alternative for No. 1610.


No. 1611. — Foot-mould.





For Fascias deeper than 18;?", the following alternate Friezes are available :—

No. 1613. — Fluted Frieze, 12in. wide (as illustrated).

No. 1638. — Plain Frieze, 9§in. wide.

No. 1647. — Plain Frieze, 10in. wide.

See also friezes on previous page.



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1 atteins Nos. 1591,1662 and 220 are used as linings for the interior walls of Bathrooms, Kitchens, Shops, etc. Internal and External Angle Strips, Nos. 1369 and 1368, should tie used in conjunction with these sheetings.


Nos. 1504, 1046 and 1045 are manufactured in heavy gauge Galvanised Steel, and are used for the exterior treatment to walls, roofs, etc. the above illustrations represent 2ft. x 2ft.

*Nos. 1591, 1662 and 220 are stocked also in Steel.


GALVANIZED SHEETINGS.


covering capacity of each of the various Oft. x 3ft. sheets is :—

190—5'

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2'

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189—5'

11" X

2'

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751—5'

10" x

2'

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No. 1)47.—Vermiculated Quoins, made in Galvanised Steel, and stocked in two sizes, viz., lit. lljin. x 10|in. high, and llgin. x lOlin. high.


No. 1046.—Brick Sheeting, stamped in Galvanised Steel. Stock size of sheets Oft. x 3ft. (covering capacity, 5ft. 81in. x 2ft. llin.).


5ft. lOin. wide x 3ft. lOtin. wide x 1ft. 11 tin. wide x lft. 7jin. wide x 1ft. 4in. wide x lft. 2in. wide x lft. lin. wide x wide x



lOJin. 10|in. IOlin. 1 <)| in. lOlin. 10 tin. lOlin. lOJin.


high

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No. 990. — Pilaster    No. 989.—Imitation Rock-face, in Galvanised Steel.

Sheets in Galvanised Steel.

CENTREFLOWERS.



CENTREFLOWERS.

No. 335.—20in. Diam. Zinc.




No. 887.—20|in. Diam. Zinc.




13in. x l.'iin. Depth 12ir No. 801, similar to the above on a circular base (Sin. diam 9in. Depth.)


Sectional view of No. 57


No. 96.

Perforated Zinc Drop. 14Jnj x 14£in. Depth 7in., as Cafe in Panel No. 599.


Njk 134.

ytin. diam 18in. drop


No. 57.—17£in. diam Depth, 7lin.


No. 474.

201 in. diameter. Depth, 9in.


/    No. 473.

x    18in. diameter

Depth, 9in. lieinu centre ]>ortion only of Xo. 474.

Gothic Pendant Centre-flowers suitable io/'Churches and Public Halls.

ROSETTES AND VENTILATING PANELS.



12in. Diam.—Steel.    27in. Diam.—Zinc.

18in. Diam.—Steel.    30in. Diam.—Zinc.

24in. Diam.—Steel.    33in. Diam.—Zinc.

36in. Diam.—Galv. Steel.




No. 88.-—Steel.

Stock Sizes—12in. x 12in.    18in. x 18in.

24in. x 24in.


PACE THIRTY-THREE

HIP ROLLS AND CRESTINGS.

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All the above Hip Rolls and Crestings are manufactured in Zinc Single-faced. The crestings can be made up double faced to order, with the exception of Nos. 398 and 1706.

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ACROTERIA, CROCKETS, GARGOYLES, AND
HEADS.

/No. 584.

Apex/piece, face only, 18in / x 14in.

No. 423.    ^

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No. 522.    /

Single face, 12in. /lde, height, 12int

No. 521.

Angle piece, single face, height, 12in., sides, lOin. .

/No. 626.

Lion Head


(Stamped)


No. 1082.

Gargoyles, in three sizes.

5in., 7in., and 8in.

No. 314.

Gothic Crocket,


N6. 315.

Gothic Crocket


No. 1/94.

Lioir Head /(Cast!, iize, 6" x 5"


No. 1606.

Lion Head Stamped./ 12in. Dialo


No. 720.    /

Lion Head and Rbfg


No. 230.

Dolphin Head, 16in. high


Cast Lion’s Head, No. 1694, in Bronzi/only


The abo/c are manufactured in 7inc, Copper or Bronze,

PACE THIRTY-FIVE

No. 843

Console.


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No. 885.

Gothic Spamlrii


No./862.—Height, without Brackets, 1ft. 9in /    length, 6ft. 9in.

No. 886.—Tympan

The above are available in either Zinc, Copper, or Bronze. The embossed portions can beNjut out and used as applied ornaments, as illustrated on this and the following page. v

OVERDOORS, SCROLLS, SWAGS, ETC.

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No.^fBO.—Size, 24Jin. C. to C. ; depth 101 in. _.

No. 2.11.—Keystone. 14in. high

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wide, 12in high.

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The above lustrations are representative of stamped orname/tal metalwork in Zinc, Copper or Bronze.


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ZINC CORNICES

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No. 440.—(22in. wide) ; length^ßft. lOin

(loin, girth) ; length, 6ft. 7)in


ZINC SOFFITS AND FRIEZES.

No. 617.— (Tin. wide)/ length, 6ft. lOin

No. 11^9/—Gothic Sofiit (lOin. wide)

No. 10tv—(9in. wide) ; length, 6ft. 8in / ' _

No. 108.— (12m./vide) ; length, 6ft. 8in

No. 714.—(9in. wide) ; length 6ft. lOJin Also made 4Jin. wide (N^ 456).

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No. 102<—(12in. wide) ; length, 6ft/8in Abfo made 17in. wide (No. 740/

No. Ill ,-(12|in. wide) ; length, 6ft. thin Also made 16in. wide (No. 602jg And 21in. wide (No. 603)/

No. 605.—( 131n. wide) ; length 6ft. 8in

No. 743/-(15in. wide) ; length, 6ft. lOin 'AIs/ made 21in. wide (No. 103).

No. 607.—(17in. wide) ; length, Oft. 8in. Also made 21in. wide (No. 136).

No. 996.— (15in. wide*) ; length, 6ft.

A diagram illustra/fig the application of Soffits and Stiles to girders, and the general method of fixing will be found on page 21.

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Capitals illustrated above are stock designs. Prices and designs of special Capitals will be submitted

upon receipt of Architects’ requirements.




CONSOLES IN

No. 577.

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loin.


Tin.


No. 72


Projection.. Depth Down W-Width of Fa


No. 718.

Projection.. .. Depth Down Wall Width of Face ..

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Designs and prices for on receipt of particulars.


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Wall 18in.

Face ..    12in.

Consoles will be submitted


STAMPED AND CAST VENTILATORS.




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No. 1482.—Open Vent. Size : Din. x Sin.

For internal walls. Also available hit or miss with knob, No. 1480. with swivel, No. 1481.

No. 1752.—Open Vent. Size : 9in. x 3in.

No. 1695. — Stamped Zinc Open Ventilator.

Size: 9in. x Sin. For internal walls.

No. 125. — Open Vent. Size : 9in. x Sin.

For internal walls.

No. 121. — Louvre. Size : 9in. x Sin. For external walls.

No. 1518. —Open Vent. Size : 9in. x 6in.

For internal walls.

No. 1704.-Stamped Copper Open Ventilator. Size : 6in. x 3in. overall.

No. 966. — Open Vent, Size : 9in. x 3in.

For internal walls. Also available hit or miss with knob No. 967, with swivel No. 147.

No. 142. — Louvre. Size : 9in. x Sin. For external walls.

Size : 12in. x 4£in.

No. 803. — Open Vent. Size : 9in. x 6in.

For internal walls.

No. 1699. — Stamped Zinc Open Ventilator. Size : 9in. x (Sin.

For internal walls.

No. 965. — Louvre. Size : 9in. x Sin. For external walls.

The sizes mentioned are the sizes of the opening in the wall and not the overall measurements of the

ventilator.

Nos. 1480, 1481, 1482, 1518 and 1752 are supplied ready for use in Steel, painted White. Nos. 803, 966, 830, 125, 1695 and 1699 in plain Zinc, No. 142 in plain Galvanised Steel, Nos. 121 and 965 in plain Cast Zinc and No. 1704 in plain Copper.

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No.    1590—Steel :    Stock    size,    Oft.    x    2ft.

No.    1590A—Galv.    :    Stock    size,    Oft.    x    2ft.

No.    1585—Zinc:    Stock    size,    3ft.    x    2ft.


No. 1725.

Size, 11" x ¥


No. 1728.—Zinc : Stock size, 6ft. lOin. x 18 jin.


No. 1726.

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Ventilating Freizes are supplied in suitable lengths in sheet brass, copper, bronze, nickel silver, stainless steel, and steel either in natural colour or polished, or oxidised.


No. 1367—Steel : Stock size, 6ft. x 2ft. No. 1367A—Galvanised Steel: Stock size, 6ft. x 2ft.

Illustrations represent 2ft. x 1ft.


CAST VENTILATORS








No. 1731.

Size overall, 11" x 4". Size of opening, 9" x 3".


No. 1734.

Size overall, 12" x 4". Size of opening, 10J" x 3".


No. 1736.

Size overall, 10j" x 7}". Size of opening, 9" x 6".


No. 1732.

Size overall, 10}" x 4}". Size of opening, 9" x 3".


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No. 1737.

Size overall, 7}" x 4}".


No. 1733.

Size overall, 9}" x 4". Size of opening, 9" x 3".



No. 1551.

Size overall, 9J" x 3}". Size of opening, 9" x 3".


No. 1738.

Size overall, 9" x 6".





No. 1739.

Size overall, 10}" x 8}". Size of opening, 9" x 6".


No. 1740.

Size overall, 61" x (>}".


No. 1674.

Size overall, 12}" x 6J. Size of opening, 11}" x 5}"



These Ventilators are available in Cast Brass, Bronze, Nickel-Silver, Aluminium, etc., either sand finished, polished or oxidised.

Note :—The “Size of opening’’ refers to the dimensions of the wall opening.

SHIELDS, STATUARY FOUNTAINS, Etc.

No.629.—Embossed Zinc (32in. high). Plain Face. Monograms made to any design.

No. 611.

17in. x 16in.


No. 433. 2ft. ljin. high.


No. 548.—23in. x 20in.



No. 227.

22in. high.


No. 812.—14in. x 19in.


No. 430.

3ft. 6in. high.


Any of the above can be supplied in Zinc. Copper, or Bronze. Designs and prices for special work will be submitted upon receipt of particulars.

HOW TO FIX WUNDERLICH CEILINGS.

SECTIONS OF CEILINGS SHOWING METHODS OF FIXING.

Wood Brackets at Joints.

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Diaper Ceiling, Scotia finish.






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Ceiling of Sheet Panelling, with Cornice, Border and Moulding in three separate pieces. .

NOTE. Many of our Cornices and Mouldings are provided with a bead on the edge to go over fillings or border pattern, and so avoid close trimming of the sheet.

The use of separate border and moulding enables the pattern in the ceiling to work out with a full ornament. The border can be cut to make up irregularities in the size of the room.

GENERAL REMARKS.

Where Wunderlich Metal Ceiling Materials are used, '' light timbers only arc required for ceiling joists.

For fixing, the tools required arc : Hammer, Bradawl, Punch, Pair of Snips, and Saw.

Procedure.—In case of New Buildings having plaster walls, a bevelled ground should be fixed, to which is secured the batten for the bottom of cornice ; and the walls floated before the Metal Material is fixed. For old Brick Buildings plugs should be inserted and battens fixed thereto.

For the body of the ceilings mark on the ends of the outside joists the distance which the cornice will project from the walls. These marks denote the centre of

the batten carrying the top of cornice and the ends of the ceiling sheets. Space out lijin. x lin. Oregon ceiling battens at 12in. centre to centre, starting from centre of the room, if it is desired that the ceiling pattern should be equal at the sides of the room. With many of our smaller pattern diaper sheetings it is sufficient to start with a pattern from one side and end of the room, in which case the battens can be spaced 12in. centre to centre from the centre of the cornice batten. Cut in cross battens to take the ends of metal sheets. Also, on two sides of the room fix trimmers level with under side of joist, to which nail the cornice batten.

Fix wood brackets behind angles and cornice joints. A batten must be fixed under all joints.

METAL FIXING.

Cornice.—For mitring, allow one length of the Cornice to butt on to the wall, scribing the opposite length to it, covering the joint with a mitre leaf, using a little putty on the edge of the leaf before pressing it into the angle. Then nail to battens and brackets.

Sheeting.—All sheets are trimmed true, and always lap at the joint. When the Cornice is fixed, start fixing the sheets from the centre or side of the room, according to the spacing of the battens. To ensure a first-class job, temporarily tack the ceiling sheets in position, ascertaining if the lines are correct before completing the nailing. When all the sheets are nailed home, go over the joints with a small blunt tool, and tuck edges so that they lie close and even.

HOW TO FIX DADOS AND WALL LININGS.

Dado and Wall Lining Materials are attached to battens fixed to plugs in the wall, or nailed to wood studs, but it is advisable that the lower three feet of the Metal Sheeting be attached to wood lining boards in lieu of battens. If the Ceilings are also to be of metal, they should be fixed first.

Obtain the height of dado, and strike a perfectly horizontal line for top of dado panels, allowing for height of wood skirting.

Now fix the battens for Metal Sheetings in a similar manner as for Ceilings, bearing in mind that it is essential to get an equal amount of the pattern on each side of the room. A batten should be placed under each joint, and one under the centre of the sheet.

When all battens are in position, fix dado moulding and angle strips. (See Nos. 1368, 69, 70.)

Dado Panels and Metal Sheeting should now be fixed. Place the lower bead of the wall sheet along the flange on the dado moulding, and cut the pattern up to the bottom flange of the Cornice. To make a good joint where the sheets are cut against the Cornice, an extra flange piece should be used under the Cornice. This piece (No. 1370) should be fixed at the same time as the Cornice.


STEEL ANGLE STRIPS.


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No. 1370.


Extra Flange, used at the intersection of Steel Cornice and Wall Lining. (Actual Size.)


Angle Strips Nos. 1368, 1369 and 1370, are supplied in 6ft. lengths.

HOW TO DECORATE WUNDERLICH CEILINGS.

STEEL MATERIAL.

Wunderlich Steel Ceiling Material is supplied already primed on both surfaces with a film of oil paint. When fixed, the Ceilings should be given three coats of OIL PAINT, although two coats may be found sufficient in some instances.

Do not use distemper or water paints.

COAT No. 1.—This should consist of pure white lead or zinc white, brought to the required consistency with a mixture consisting of three parts of raw oil and one part of turps. A small quantity of goldsize should be added, for drying purposes.

COAT No. 2.—Similar to Coat No. 1, with the addition of a mixture of tints, as required. To obtain a flatted finish, which is recommended, use only a small quantity of oil (say three parts of turps, and one part of oil, added to the white lead).

COAT No. 3.—Should a third coat be used, it would be similar to Coat No. 2.    £

Where necessary, the best oil putty should be used, for stopping joints, mitre leaves, bosses, etc.

If the final finish is to be white, it will be found that the intensity of the white can be maintained longer, by the addition of a small quantity of ultramarine blue in the various coats of paint.

GALVANISED OR ZING MATERIAL.

Before painting or spraying Galvanised Iron or Zinc surfaces, it is essential that the greasy microscopic film of Palmitate of Zinc, left on the sheets during manufacture, is removed.

Removal can be effected by :—

(1)    Allowing the metal to weather for a considerable period.

(2)    Treating the surface of the metal with the following mixture :—

Chloride of Copper    . .    lib.    Hydrochloric Acid    ..    lib.

Nitrate of Copper    ..    lib.    Ammonium Chloride    ..    lib.

Water ..    ..    ..    81bs.

Apply with a brush and leave on for several hours, then wash down with clear water to remove excess chemicals and allow the surface to thoroughly dry.

Note.—As this etching mixture is somewhat corrosive, care must be taken when applying that it does not come in contact with the hands. It is essential also that every trace be removed from the sheets before painting.

A WUNDERLICH SPECIALITY

GLAZING BARS.

No. 5 Glazing Bar is of sturdy construction, and is available in lengths up to 20ft., but the maximum safe span without intermediate support underneath is about 6ft. The Bar comprises a painted mild steel tee section with zinc top and under capping. The capping is designed to counteract expansion and contraction caused by extremes of heat and cold, also vibration, consequently the risk of broken glass is reduced to a minimum.

Copper cappings are available at additional cost.

No. 5 GLAZING BAR —

Consisting of ljin. x ljin. x }in. Tee Iron, Zinc Undercapping, and Zinc Top Capping.


No. 5 GLAZING BAR — View of bottom end of bar, showing footplate for holding glass in position.


The Glazing Bars are secured to ridge and wall plate by means of screws through the flanges of the tec iron. The glass is held in position by a footplate attached to the bottom end of each Bar. No. 5 Bar can be either "unstepped ” (to suit a single sheet of glass) or " stepped ” (for overlapping sheets of glass.

It is necessary that clients should state the exact length of Glazing Bar required, and at what distances, from top and bottom of the bars, screw holes for fixing are to be drilled.


Wunderlich Glazing Bars are ideal for Roof Lights, Glass-houses, Studios, Sawtooth roofs, and in fact wherever an abundance of roof light is required.

Wunderlich Glazing Bar Construction forms a weather-proof roofing for all time as it obviates the use

of perishable caulking mediums, putty, etc.

Glazing Bars are on exhibit in all Wunderlich Showrooms.

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WUNDERLICH PUBLICATIONS

available on request

WUNDERLICH CEILINGS AND OTHER ORNAMENTAL METAL LININGS: 1933.—A series of Metal Ceiling Designs, seen in perspective.

A BOOK OF WUNDERLICH SPECIALITIES: 1934.—Illustrations of Speciality Products in stamped, built or cast metal, also manufactures in Asbestos Cement and Ceramics.

METAL ROOFING CATALOGUE. SECTION IV: 1912.—With illustrations of Roofing Materials of stamped metal.

COLOUR IN WUNDERLICH PRODUCTS: 1933.—Containing examples of Architectural Terra Cotta, Enamelled Letters, Wunder-glaze, Colortex Bricks and Roofing Tiles, in full colours.

PRIZE-WINNING FACADES: 1935.— Illustrating Terra Cotta Facades to buildings that have recently been awarded Street Architecture Prizes by Australian and British Architectural Institutes.

ARCHITECTURAL TERRA COTTA FAIENCE: 1934.—The use of

Terra Cotta as a facing for buildings, together with technical data relating to fixing and a specimen standard specification.

DURABESTOS HOMES OF COLORFUL BEAUTY: 1930.—A series of designs of homes economically constructed from Durabestos (Asbestos Cement) Sheets.

DURACHROME: 1935.—A new and artistic lining for bathroom and kitchen walls.

ROOFS OF TILE: 1930.—Illustrating the colour effects obtainable with Wunderlich Terra Cotta Tiles.

TECHNOLOGICAL GUIDE TO THE WUNDERLICH SHOWROOMS.—A description of the Exhibits with a brief account of their method of production.    ■

Wholly Set Up and Printed in Australia by Bloxham & Chambers Ltd., Essex & Harrington Streets, Sydney.

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Stocked also in Galvanised Steel.