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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Sat Jul 29, 2017 6:47 am
by dognose
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Unger Brothers - Newark, N.J. - 1899

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Thu Sep 14, 2017 7:45 am
by dognose
Raymond Unger, of Unger & Christl, will again join his father’s cut glass and jewelry concern, which is being conducted under the name of Unger Bros.

Source: The Jewelers’ Circular - 23rd December 1908

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Tue Sep 19, 2017 3:51 am
by dognose
A representative of Unger Brothers, Newark, N. J., who are classed among the best and most extensive manufacturers of jewelry, was one of the callers at the office of The American Stationer upon a recent occasion, and in the course of conversation said: " Unger Brothers are not stationers but jewelers—out and out jewelers—and noting that the stationery people carry many of the articles handled by jewelers we thought we would make a bid for the business. We think that there is a big field here if properly worked, and that it is worth trying for. We propose to make the experiment, as will be seen by our advertisement in The Stationer. Our main reason in trying to reach some of the stationers was because we thought that they could use some of our goods—small silver novelties, such as calendars, memorandum books, paper cutters and letter clips. We feel that there are lots of goods handled by the jewelers which the stationery trade can sell and we want to get acquainted with them along that line. This we ought to be able to do with our goods and prices. Let me call attention to a few for illustration. One which we want to make mention of, and which is very appropriate to the stationery trade, is a little pen puller, the price of which is only 35 cents. You open it, place the pen in the grip, and then pull with the lower handle, which is so arranged that it is operated with one finger, and the harder you pull the harder the pen is gripped, and the pen is easily extracted. We also sell a sterling silver calendar for $1.35. This is arranged with cards of the month, day of the week and day of the month, and is what is known as a perpetual calendar. The design is in pierced openwork. We also show a combined pen rack, calendar, thermometer and stamp holder, which sells for $3.85. A penholder of similar design is made to go with this combination, which costs 70 cents extra. This article is also sterling silver, and is beautifully chased. The thermometer is in the centre and the calendar and stamp compartments are at either end; the place for the pen is on a rack below these. In addition to our line of sterling silver novelties we also make a full line of leather goods, seal, lizard, alligator, iguana, &c. These are all handsomely mounted in sterling silver of new designs, and usually with a smooth space for engraving initials. This line comprises portemonnaies, card cases, &c. Besides these we manufacture many other goods available to fine stationers. These are erasers, playing card cases, pencil tips, seals, thermometers, court plaster cases, leather blotters, roller blotters, picture frames, book marks, daily memorandum pads, check cutters, stamp boxes, bag tags, mucilage bottles—in fact everything which appertains to ladies' writing desks or which is to be used on library tables and other similar places. The prices are as reasonable also as those already quoted for other articles. Now, we want to educate the stationery trade up to the point of using these goods and to the fact that they can buy a line of such articles from the jewelers. There is a wrong impression among stationers that the prices of sterling silver goods are high, but we want to say that there is little difference between the prices of the plated article and the article of genuine sterling silver. In short, we take the articles which are carried by many stationers and improve and beautify them. We mount them in a sterling finish, make them available for the finest stationery trade, and at a cost only slightly advanced over the plated article. We are sure that when stationers are made to realize this fact they will carry a line of these goods. The factory of Unger Brothers is in Newark, but we have a full line of samples at our New York office, 192 Broadway."

Source: The American Stationer - 6th December 1894

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Wed Sep 20, 2017 6:21 am
by dognose
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Unger Brothers - Newark, N.J. - 1894

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Sat Oct 07, 2017 5:30 am
by dognose
Unger & Christl, Newark, N.J. have been chartered to manufacture glass goods, silverware, etc. Capital $125,000.

Source: Crockery & Glass Journal - 1st February 1906

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Sun Nov 05, 2017 3:45 pm
by dognose
NEWARK

Unger Bros, have purchased a piece of ground on lower Broad St., and will at once commence the erection of a large brick factory.


Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 8th June 1892

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Mon Feb 26, 2018 4:33 am
by dognose
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Unger Bros. - New York - 1894

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Tue Feb 27, 2018 4:50 am
by dognose
In the production of silver mounted belts Unger Bros., Corbin Building, 192 Broadway, New York, were the first firm to use moiré antique silk ribbon. These articles, the prices of which have been reduced, as may be seen in the firm’s advertisement on another page, are very handsome and have won a popularity almost unprecedented in the line of manufacture they represent.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 7th March 1894

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2018 12:40 pm
by dognose
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Unger Bros. - New York - 1894

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Fri Mar 02, 2018 3:02 pm
by dognose
Unger Bros., manufacturers of silver novelties and cut glass, have completed one of the largest cut glass vases ever turned out in this section of the country. The vase on exhibition at their retail store, 416 Halsey St., awaiting shipment to a customer on the Pacific Coast. The vase is four feet in height and weighed 113 pounds before it was cut. It took one man practically whole week to cut this vase and four or five days more to polish and prepare it for the salesroom, where it has been scrutinized with interest by many people of this city and the suburbs.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 29th December 1909

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Sun Mar 04, 2018 4:47 am
by dognose
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Unger Bros. - Newark, N.J. - 1905

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Tue Mar 06, 2018 5:31 am
by dognose
Theodore Drescher, Waterbury, and Miss Adeline Sandland, Newark, N.J., were recently united in marriage. The groom is at present in the company of Unger Bros., retail jewelers, of Newark, N.J.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 1st November 1905

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2018 4:55 am
by dognose
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Unger Bros. - New York - 1894

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Tue Jul 10, 2018 4:10 am
by dognose
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Unger Bros. - New York - 1892

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Wed Jul 11, 2018 2:54 am
by dognose
Unger Bros, have decided not to go on with the building of their new factory at present.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 30th November 1892

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Thu Aug 02, 2018 2:26 am
by dognose
Unger Bros., have authority to engage in the jewelry business in the Bronx according to a charter of incorporation filed at Albany, N. Y. last week. The capital is $75,000 and the incorporators are J. and C. K. and A. Unger, 35 St. Nicholas Terrace.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular - 16th March 1921

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Sat Nov 17, 2018 5:09 am
by dognose
Newark, N. J., April 24.–Unger Bros, were the defendants in an action for $15,000 damages, put on trial Wednesday in the Circuit Court before Judge Child. Joseph Bein appeared as the plaintiff. His story was that he lost two fingers and a thumb while working for the firm on Aug. 26 last. The accident occurred while Bein was working on a machine used for stamping silver and other materials.

The plaintiff was represented by Samuel Kalisch, and Edward M. Colic, the defendants, who claimed that it was Bein's own carelessness that caused the accident.

The jury awarded Bein $5,000 damages. Unger Bros, will immediately appeal.


Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - 26th April 1899

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Fri Feb 15, 2019 4:59 am
by dognose

Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Mon Mar 11, 2019 6:14 am
by dognose
Matrimony appears to have taken on a contagious phase in the trade. We now have to announce the marriage of Alvah Osmun, traveler for Unger Bros., to Miss M. Ward. The ceremony was performed on March 14, at the residence of the bride's father in Newark, N.J. The presents were numerous and valuable.

Source: The Jewelers' Circular and Horological Review - April 1883

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Re: Information Regarding Unger Brothers

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2019 3:59 am
by dognose