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Series 1962 One Stroke Brush

by Andrew Mack

The Series 1962 is an excellent overall lettering brush. It is normally used for larger lettering and production lettering. It can also be used as a fill-in brush and an outliner for large letters. The long hair length allows the brush to carry a lot of paint. This brush is suitable for most surfaces.
One Stroke lettering brushes made of pure squirrel-black ox mixture hair with long length, seamless nickel ferrules securely attached to dark brown lacquered wood handles.

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Series 1962 One Stroke Brush

by Andrew Mack

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D. Cusic from Jacksonville, Fl. says:

Mack Brushes are every bit as good as Langnickel, Rafael and Grummbacher brushes, and superior to Scharff as they tend not to shed as quickly. Of the two main series of quills, the 179L series and the...[more]

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Rated by: D. Cusic in Jacksonville, Fl.
Mack Brushes are every bit as good as Langnickel, Rafael and Grummbacher brushes, and superior to Scharff as they tend not to shed as quickly. Of the two main series of quills, the 179L series and the 189L series are the best of the bunch; the 839 stripers and the 1992 flats are better than anything else currently on the market. As a professional sign letterer and third generation sign business owner, I recommend Mack Brushes. l
Rated by: Edgar K. in Pearland, TX
I use the brushes for watercolor. The brush holds lots of paint and maintains its shape very well. I would recommend this brand of brush to anyone.
Rated by: JT S. in spencer, TN
I have used this brush extensively in accomplishing sign & window lettering. It has a smooth stroke, holds ample amount of paint, and you can pull a sharp crisp line and is very well manufactured, due to the fact that I am replacing the one I have had for ten years. It has lost some of its hair, like me. LOL

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