Charles Warner sold “fine proof American medals and medalets” from his 1906 catalog. Each of the 45-pieces is listed with some combination of subject description, medal size and composition, method of production and price. The catalog is four pages total (two pages of listings along with front and back cover) and the cover pages contain many wonderfully done illustrations. Inner listings are in black ink while the covers are in a salmon-red ink that is quite similar to the 1894 Washington two-cent Type I stamp (US #249) produced in carmine lake. The pages are good and the catalog has deep folds in it to facilitate mailing in a standard, letter sized envelope.
The accompanying envelope has been opened by ripping the extreme left side, is stamped December 11, 1906 out of Philadelphia, PA and addressed to Mr. Morris Palmer in deep, thick black ink and the most gloriously bold penmanship that one might hope to find. It would make anyone practicing the Spencerian or Palmer methods of penmanship proud.