F. Barnicoat, Sculptor, Modeler & Designer of High-Grade Granite Statuary & Monuments (PDF), Office & Studio on Intervale Street, Quincy, Massachusetts, Established 1886, 1903.
Individual stone companies published their own monument catalogs such as the Flint Granite Company Builders of Artistic Memorials in Granite, Marble and Bronze, circ 1905, 34 pp. (PDF)
Montgomery Wards published sections in their main catalogs and individual catalogs specifically for cemetery monuments and accessories.
Below are images of the front cover and section on tombstones in the 1902 Montgomery Wards catalog.
Monuments of Georgia – Marble & Granite (PDF), Roberts Marble Company, Since 1898, Ball Ground, Georgia.
Monuments, Tombstones and Markers, (PDF) by the Montgomery Ward & Co., 1929 – Below are a couple of images from this 1929 Montgomery Ward & Company catalog, which you can view in it’s entirety in PDF format.
According to the “History of the Sears Catalog” section of the Sears Archives web site, “...The roots of the Sears catalog are as old as the company. In 1888, Richard Sears first used a printed mailer to advrtise watches and jewelry....”
The earliest Sears catalog that offered cemetery-related products for sale was the 1897 spring catalog, which presented grave guards and arches made of round iron frame work with coiled wire tassels on each post. Monuments constructed from Royal Blue Vermont marble were available in the 1900 fall Sears catalog; and by the 1902 Spring catalog, a separate memorial department was featured. Cemetery monuments were available in the general catalogs through the 1949 Fall Sears catalog.
Below are images from one of the early 1900s Sears & Roebuck tombstone catalogs entitled, Tombstones and Monuments: