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Catalog Number 00.26.14A,B
Object Name Shaving Brush
Description A) Shaving brush, B) Holder by Fuller Brush; believed to be bakelite material*. A) Round, handle and ferrule (where bristles are embedded in contrast to earlier designs where ferrule/bristles could be unscrewed from handle) are one piece. Color was white but aging metamorphisizes color and has become cream. Bristles unidentified poss swine or badger. Flat, top surface of handle has darkened impressed lettering /PLASTICET/STERILIZED/FULLER (in logo)/MADE IN USA/. B) Holder or stand; round, tubular shap; opening on 1 side and round opening in base. Brush sits bristle side down on stand.
Provenance Used by members of the Horseless Carriage Club of America, Tucson Chapter, during the 1950s-1980s as part of Living History Costumes. Harry Mann was charter member of club.