Intended to promote sales, Harrison Brothers and Company's advertising note features a vignette illustration of the Grays Ferry Chemical Works, another name for the manufacturer. Ad claims "One gallon will cover from one hundred and eighty to two hundred square feet of surface two coats" with "two hundred" printed to look like the denomination of a banknote. Monograms and formulation information are incorporated into the banknote-inspired design. Verso is blank.
Also known as the Harrison Brothers 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/c534fp858.
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