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Pharma Chemical Corp 1954 vintage textile ad Bordeaux Pharmasol Carbic

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<p>Original 1954 textile chemical trade vintage ad for<b><span style="font-size: 14px;">&nbsp;PHARMA CHEMICAL CORPORATION.&nbsp;&nbsp;</span></b>Main office and plant was located at Bayonne, NJ.&nbsp;</p><p>Sole selling agents for Pharmasols and Pharmols: <b>Carbic-Moss Corp</b>. was located at 451 Washington Street, New York City, NY.</p><p> Manufacturers of Pharmasols and Pharmols for the Textile Industry.. </p><p>Products include:</p><p>Pharmsol and Pharmol Bordeaux BN - Rich, economical bordeaux shades of good fastness to light washing and chlorine.</p><p>Pharmsol and Pharmol Bordeaux AF - Bright, economical shades of improved fastness to light and plisse with good chlorine and wash fastness.<br></p><p> </p><p>Pharmsol Bordeaux GP - A heavy, extremely economical color for rich wine shades of good all-around fastness.&nbsp;</p><p>Pharmol Bordeaux 3B - A blue, bright bordeaux, extremely fast to light and washing with good chlorine fastness.<br></p><p>Unbound from a large 1954 Textile trade magazine, this unique old one-page advertisement would display beautifully matted and framed. Nice graphics. A fabulous addition to your retro textile industry library.&nbsp;<br></p>
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