Intended to promote sales, Harrison Brothers and Company's advertising note entitles holder to one gallon "and upwards" of Harrison's "Town & Country" ready-mixed paint. Printed to look like a banknote with a scale, monograms and formulation information incorporated into the design.
Also known as the Harrison Brothers Chemical Works and the Grays Ferry Chemical Works, this chemical manufacturer was an originator of ready-mix paints for the consumer market.
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“Harrison Brothers and Company's Town and Country Ready Mixed Paints Advertising Note.” Harrison Bros. & Co., 1883. Robert J. Bauman collection. Science History Institute. Philadelphia. https://digital.sciencehistory.org/works/bc386k11k.
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