Ray-- I am interested in anything that advertises cartridges, including dated magazine ad’s. But to define what I include in the terms “Catalog” and “Flyer”, see below:
CATALOG: Generally these are issued yearly. They are normally multi-page, but in one case may be only 1 or two pages. I include Broadsides (either 1-sided or 2-sided) from the early years, Wholesale Price Lists, Dealer Price Lists, Retail Price Lists (including 1-sided or 2-sided Counter Cards), Export Price Lists, Export Catalogs, Non-English Catalogs (of all types) and Retail Catalogs. Price Lists are normally not illustrated while full line catalogs may or not be illustrated. Price Lists usually have more abbreviated information than a full line retail catalog.
FLYERS: Often are undated and may be issued one time only. Normally cover only one cartridge or group of cartridges, often to introduce a new round, but may just be information on the .22 Line or a Shotgun Cartridge Line, like Field Loads, etc. Normally 1-sided or 2-sided, Multi-page fold-up’s, often small brochure size. In other words, anything advertising cartridges that is not as comprehensive as a catalog as defined above.
I hope this defines things better.