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Has anyone seen these before? Found at a estate sale.
 

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I remember the Fuller Brush guy coming around about 50 or 60 years ago. Mostly sold cleaning stuff.
 
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In the 1950's women would host house parties featuring Fuller Brush products , and dealers. I was a kid , and can remember coffee , with deserts ,and ice cream , served at the events. Mom used their products, and I was glad for the , all you could eat , deserts.
 
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In the 1950's women would host house parties featuring Fuller Brush products , and dealers. I was a kid , and can remember coffee , with deserts ,and ice cream , served at the events. Mom used their products, and I was glad for the , all you could eat , deserts.
ooh! I always loved those little "ham spread" sandwich thing's! Couldn't get enough,,
Maybe that's why I was always banished to "Go outside and play"!
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U.S. military or naval surplus bore brushes for 20mm anti-aircraft guns, WW2 issue. They used to be quite common and sold for about 1/2 dollar per package of five. .30 and .50 caliber brushes were 5 to 10 cents a piece. Fuller was just one of several manufacturers/contractors on contract to the government and they stayed in military service and storage until just a few years ago and still can be found in National Guard supply.
 

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