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Fuller Barber Brush
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Details

Object ID 003966

Object Name Fuller Barber Brush

Object Desc A large barber's neck brush. It has a cream colored handle with white brush hairs.

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY003956

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General Category History

Category Personal Care

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Accession Date JAN 1,1991

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Location Barber Shop Exhibit

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Status On Exhibit

Object Keywords brush,Fuller,barber,


Title Fuller Barber Brush

Description A neck brush with fine, light-colored hairs. The handle is a cream-yellow. There is a metal handle at the end of the main handle used to hang it up on a hook.

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Maker Fuller USA

Maker Details The Fuller Brush Company sells branded and private label products for personal care as well as commercial and household cleaning; it is a subsidiary of CPAC Inc., which from 2007 - 2012 was owned by the private equity group Buckingham Capital Partners. Since December 2012, the Fuller Brush Company has been owned and operated by David Sabin and Victory Park Capital. Fuller Brush was founded in 1906, by Alfred Carl Fuller, and since 1968 it has been owned by CPAC.

Maker Mark A cursive style logo which reads "Fuller, USA".

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Image Caption CMY3956

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Conditions

Date FEB 11,2016

Summary Very Good

Assessor Luke Frommelt

Notes The brush shows little wear and tear. The brush hairs are mostly straight, but some of them are bent which means they have potentially been used. The handle has a few scratches and a divot.


Events

Date FEB 12,2016

Summary Status change

Notes Status changed to On Exhibit from On-Site Collection Storage - automatic entry by admin


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