Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Fuller Brushes, 1921

Fuller Brushes ad, 1921a
Fuller Brushes ad, 1921a, originally uploaded by Gatochy.

Click image for 673 x 873 size. Scanned from Taschen's "All-American Ads of the 20s".

"Genuine Fuller Brushes carry this tag in addition to the trade mark. Look for both!

Look for the Trade Mark on the handle

Bowl Brush

Good Servants

The burden of disagreeable tasks is lightened by such helpers as the Fuller Bowl Brush. It is sturdy, long-handled, curved to clean surfaces that are otherwise hard to reach. The bristles, gripped firmly in rust-proof wire, are stiff, yet will not mar or scratch enamel or porcelain. Wash it, scald it, shake it dry. When hung up it will not drip.

There are forty-five of these Fuller Brushes - each a 'good servant' for its special work. many perform several tasks - 69 uses of Fuller Brushes are demonstrated in your own home by our carefully trained representatives.

FREE - 'The Handy Brush Book,' showing 69 short-cuts in housekeeping. Write to-day for your copy to

The Fuller Brush Company
Hartford, Connecticut

The Fuller Brush Company, Ltd.
Hamilton, Ont., Canada

Branch Offices in over 100 cities - consult telephone directory

Fuller Brushes
69 uses - Head to foot-cellar to attic"

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