This pre-1910 De Vere catalogue carries an ink stamp for Horace Hurm & Prévost, who took over the business in c1910. According to Jacques Voignier in the Voignier and Albo book ‘Magic of France’, Hurm & Prévost took over De Vere’s business around 1910. This explains the presence of the ink stamp on the cover and title page, as can be seen in the images. A typical page is also illustrated.

Hurm & Prévost took over De Vere’s business and published this catalogue in 1910. The catalogue highlights De Vere’s name. According to Jacques Voignier in the Voignier and Albo book ‘Magic of France’, Hurm & Prévost published two small catalogues. This 8 page catalogue in 1910, and a 24 page one in 1911. They were effectively lists of corrections to De Vere’s general catalogue. Around 1914 Charles De Vere resumed management of his shop.