This is the "Caution" sheet in 3 languages: English, Spainish and Portugese and is 3 x 7 inches in size.
This is the "Guarantee" sheet.
This is the Pre War Helpful Hints which was 4 pages.
Pre War advertisment for the ".38-.44" that showed the gun in full size once you opened it.
Pre War advertisment for the ".38-.44" that gave you the specifications once you opened it.
1931 Price List
Insert to the 1930 catalog advertising the new 38/44 Super Police
1931 Catalog listing it as the 38/44 Super Police
A later 1931 Catalog listing it as the 38/44 Heavy Duty
1940 Catalog listing the 4" Heavy Duty for the first time.
Pre War English version of the 4 page flyer for the 38/44 Heavy Duty.
Pre War Spanish version of the 4 page flyer for the 38/44 Heavy Duty. Mexico and other Central and South American countries were big customers for Smith & Wesson.
1946 All Model Circular (AMC) with the Heavy Duty prominently on the front page.
1950 Parts List for the 38-44 Heavy Duty
1957 Parts List for the 38-44 Heavy Duty. Smith & Wesson did not make a Model 20 brouchure.
1960 Parts List for the 38-44 Heavy Duty
Post War Helpful Hints found in Heavy Duty Boxes until the 1960s.
Post War ad for the 38/44 Heavy Duty.