National Geographic : 1916 Oct
"Mention the Geographic-It identifies you." ONE CAN LIVE WITHOUT ART- BUT NOT SO WELL An American For 21 years a Branch of the fa- hall-mark of good mous Medici Soci- taste in pictures. ety of Europe has Masterpieces of been established. American art re It presents the produced in rich great masters in art sepia tone, some in reproduced in color color. A large num as never before. ber of interesting "The perfection of new subjects in the Medici Prints," elude Winslow Ho says the London mer's The Gale. Times, "is little Unsurpassed for short of amazing gifts and for fram S.. They are the ing for your home. finest of all reproductions in color." Ask for $1.50 to $15.00. At leading art stores, or send them at art stores, or send 25 cents (stamps) 25 cents (stamps) for Illustrated Catalogue for Illustrated Catalogue (a work of art itself), (practically a Handbook of American art) and make selections to be sent on approval. and make selections to be sent on approval. Prices $2.50 to $15.00; also Medici Minia- Private reproductions: Your old family da tures at 25 and 50 cents. Orders for both guerreotypes, tintypes, old faded photographs, Copley Prints and Medici Prints may be sent reproduced privately in the Copley Prints, to either company. This picture is the charm- make unique gifts to your relatives. ing Diana of the Uplands, by Furse, in the Above picture, The Magic Pipe, by Mrs. S . Tate Gallery. Size 18 x 24, $12.00 . H. Vedder--$1.50, $3.00, $6.00-@ by The Medici Society, 182 Harcourt St., Boston Curtis & Cameron, 182 Harcourt St., Boston Salesroom: Pierce Bldg., opp. Public Library. Salesroom: Pierce Bldg., opp. Public Library.