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Identifier: howtopaintinstru00asal
Title: How to paint : an instruction book with full description of all the materials necessary.
Year: 1894 (1890s)
Authors: A.S. Aloe Company.
Subjects: Artists’ materials--Catalogs Painting--Technique Fountain pens--Catalogs Pyrography--Equipment and supplies--Catalogs China painting--Equipment and supplies--Catalogs Trade catalogs--Artists’ materials Trade catalogs--Fountain pens Trade catalogs--Pyrography--Equipment and supplies Trade catalogs--China painting--Equipment and supplies.
Publisher: A.S. Aloe Company, St. Louis
Contributing Library: Winterthur Museum Library
Digitizing Sponsor: Lyrasis Members and Sloan Foundation

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r bottle. Per doz. 2967 Oak $0 20 $2 40 Walnut 20 2 40 Cherry 20 2 40 Mahogany 20 2 40 2968 Oak 12 25 Walnut 2 25 Cherry 2 25 Mahogany 2 25 HOW TO PAINT. 281 HOUSEHOLD DECORATIVE GOODS—Continued. ALOES CELEBRATED VARNISH WOOD STAINS. Especially adapted for fiuishiug or refiuishing woodwork, furniture, etc., and produceshandsome imitations of expensive woods upon any ordinary surface. Dries quickly with a beau-tiful durable gloss. These varnish stains cannot fail to fully satisfy the most critical. Theystain and varnish at a single operation, and will dry hard in a short time with a beautiful anddurable lustre. Handsome imitations of expensive woods may be obtained by any inexperiencedperson suitable for finishing or refmishing chairs, tables, stands, shelves, benches, toys, screens,sleds, baby carriages, doors, and, in fact, painted, varnished or unpainted wooden, willow,earthen or metal ware of every description. iiiiillliillililliBIIII!! ill ^ «f fmmmi f 11 III III 1 f \ IBIIIIIi

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2969 Walnut $0 25 Oak 25 Ebony 25 Cherry Mahogany Per bottle. Per doz-$3 003 003 003 003 00 25 Per gallon. 3970 Walnut $3 00 Oak 3 00 Ebony 3 00 Cherry 3 00 Mahogany 3 00 ALOES RESTORINE. [tkade-jiakk.JFor Cleaning and Preserving Oil Paintings. With this preparation old oil paintings can be restored to their original colors. It is absolutelyharmless and preserves as well as restores the painting. er 8-oz. bottle. | Per doz.Price $0 35 I Price |4 20 ALOES SUPERIOR FURNITURE VARNISH. A Superior Varnish for Household Purposes. 2971 Light Per bottle, 2972 Dark 25 Per doz., $3 003 00 Per gallon, |3 753 75 282 A. S. ALOE-COMPANY. HOUSEHOLD DECORATIVE GOODS—Continued. SUPERIOR FLOOR VARNISH. This varnish is specially adapted for varnishing hardwood floors; it will not scratch or mar,and is exceedingly durable; under no circumstances will it turn white. Frequent washings only bring out the lustre; and for any place where water is used, such asbath-rooms, closets, sinks, etc., is just what i

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bookid:howtopaintinstru00asal bookyear:1894 bookdecade:1890 bookcentury:1800 bookauthor:A_S__Aloe_Company_ booksubject:Artists____materials__Catalogs booksubject:Painting__Technique booksubject:Fountain_pens__Catalogs booksubject:Pyrography__Equipment_and_supplies__Catalogs booksubject:China_painting__Equipment_and_supplies__Catalogs booksubject:Trade_catalogs__Artists____materials booksubject:Trade_catalogs__Fountain_pens booksubject:Trade_catalogs__Pyrography__Equipment_and_supplies booksubject:Trade_catalogs__China_painting__Equipment_and_supplies_ bookpublisher:A_S__Aloe_Company__St__Louis bookcontributor:Winterthur_Museum_Library booksponsor:Lyrasis_Members_and_Sloan_Foundation bookleafnumber:288 bookcollection:winterthurlibrary bookcollection:americana

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