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i have like 15 packets containing a powder product.mutipul briliant colors,these were foud in a old hot rodders garage.


DIRECTIONS:pour a modertate anount of powderin a cupadd sufficiant bronzing liquid to produce the consistancy of paint. stir same well,then applywith a fitch brush. mix only what is required for imediate use. care should be taken that objects are clean and dry before appling the bronze.

then says germany


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the other side say

Any article painted with this bronze appears so brilliant that only experts can tell if the finish is made with Leaf or Bronze.

anyone have any ideas of if it is any good or if it useable on cars?
 

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Baer Brothers made paint and paint products a LONG time ago -

Should be ok to use...just don't expect to find anymore of it!

Found this in a history of Stamford page-

"Shortly after the turn of the century in 1902, brothers Max and Abraham Baer moved their company, Baer Bros., to Stamford from New York. It was there in 1888 that the men had begun the business of jobbing bronze powders imported from Germany. By the time they settled their firm in Stamford, the brothers had entered into production themselves. Shortly after opening a factory on Canal Street, they enlarged their business to include the manufacture of gold and aluminum paints and the operation of a shellac bleachery. As operations expanded, Baer Bros. opened a second plant on Fairfield Avenue which they maintained in continuous operation until 1958. The company's product line grew to include paints, enamels, varnishes, lacquers and shellac, gold aluminum bronzes, and leaf."
 
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