When German inventor Alois Senefelder's chromolithography printing came to the US, it was used to produce beautifully detailed labels between the years 1890 and 1925. As many as twenty colors were blended to give the appearance of a detailed painting. Stippling was used extensively for shading. This intricate and historic art style is now featured on our unique line of 100% cotton PASTowels®.
Obsolete Labels are published under the Tradedress PAST CARDS® and cannot be duplicated without the permission of Archives, Inc., owner of the Trademarked Collection.