|Interesting Old Airbrush Ads & Catalogs***|
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|The Air Brush Mfg. Co.|
|An 1884 booklet from Liberty Walkup's airbrush company. 32 pages, complete|
|A 4 page brochure from the first airbrush company|
|July, 1892 issue of Air Brush Journal, complete|
|An 1880's 20 page booklet from Liberty Walkup's airbrush company, complete.|
|An airbrushed flyer given out at the 1893 Columbian Expo promoting the airbrush|
|A similar airbrushed flyer given out to promote the airbrush|
|Some ads for Liberty Walkups company. They range from 1884 - 1914|
|A March 1892 ad for Liberty Walkups company|
|A May 1892 ad for Liberty Walkups company|
|The Paasche Air Brush Co.|
|1923 Caricature of Jens Paasche|
|1915 Paasche Art Catalog.|
|1923 Paasche Art catalog pages.|
|1926 Paasche Art catalog pages.|
|1929 Paasche Industrial catalog pages. The covers are beautiful!|
|1932 Paasche Art Catalog pages.|
1938 Paasche Art Catalog pages. The cover is beautiful!
|Paasche Ads - 1914, 1920 & 1921 ads from Paasche for the "Model A," a 1915 ad for the "Model D," a 1921 Indutrial ad and a curious "graffiti" ad from 1999.|
|Paasche Bulletins - Interesting flyers from 1229, 1930, 1938 and 1947.|
|The Wold Air Brush Co.|
|A few items from a 1930's Wold Catalog.|
|The Ideal Air Brush Co.|
Standards for Spraying - An insurance company flyer promoting safety while spray painting. Interesting ideas from 1919 that are still very relevant today!
A NOTE - LARGE FILES AHEAD!!! The following are large high resolution images, if you don't have broadband they will take time to load. Some of the pictures show a "moire" pattern. This is an unavoidable result due the fact that the printed photos are half-tones (made up of little dots). I have tried to minimize it where possible but in the process you lose some clarity so the end result is a compromise.
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