Image from page 18 of “New products manufactured by Farbwerke vorm. Meister Lucius & Brüning, Hoechst on the Main, Germany.” (1900) – Philadelphia Picture

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Title: New products manufactured by Farbwerke vorm. Meister Lucius & Brüning, Hoechst on the Main, Germany.
Year: 1900 (1900s)
Authors: Metz, H.A., & Co., Boston
Subjects: Dyes and dyeing Dyes and dyeing–Chemistry Textile printing
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Contributing Library: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library
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3% Amido Black Base IDeveloped in Air at io5°F. AMIDO BLACK BASE I PRINTED UPON COTTON YARN. This new fast, ungreenable Black is admirably suited for printing upon cotton yarn.Its extreme fastness to all the ordinary reagents, the fact that it is ungreenable under allconditions, and that it leaves the fibre in its original soft, strong and pliable condition, makesit more advantageous for this line of work than the ordinary oxidized Aniline Black. To interested parties, we will be pleased to send samples and detailed directions of itsapplications and uses.

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3$ Amido Black Base ISteamed i Hour Without Pressure. H. A. M ETZ & CO., 122 HUDSON STREET,New York. Boston, Mass.Philadelphia, Pa.Providence, R. I. Chicago, III.Charlotte, N. C.Atlanta, Ga. laboratories: Newark, n.j. San Francisco, Cal.,Montreal, Canada,Toronto, Canada. P. 1. PRODUCT OF FARBWERKE vorm. MEISTER LUCIUS & BRUENIM, HOECHST-ON-THE-MAIN, GERMANY. AM I DO BLACK BASE I. Dyeings produced with this product resemble in shade those produced with OxidizedAniline Black, but they possess the advantage of being absolutely non-greenable, and the fibreis not in the least weakened by its use. Amido Black Base I is unequaled for the productionof deep, absolutely fast blacks upon cotton, and we recommend its use for the productionof blacks upon the highest grade goods. To interested parties, we will be pleased to send full detailed directions regarding theapplication of this new product.

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