The Austrian tool manufacturer Franz Freiherr von Wertheim (1814-1883) was born in Krems and received international recognition for his knives and axes made from Styrian steel. He first exhibited his tools at the 1845 World’s Fair and continued to present bigger and better displays every few years. This cabinet of his firm’s hand tools was at the Paris Exposition of 1867. The following year, Wertheim published a sumptuous trade catalogue with forty-five lithographed plates of tools. According to OCLC, Princeton University holds the only copy in North America.
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