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Kentile Flooring. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1956) Kentile Asphalt Tile. Carnival Gaiety and Marbleized Fleecy Cerulean with white feature strip. Also styrene-fortified Corktone. Kencork. Kenrubber. Kenflex. Kenroyal. The Asphalt of Enduring Beauty. (1955) KenFlor Vinyl Tile. Never Needs Waxing! Color: Jonquil (No. 607). Choose KenFlor by-the-yard for sparkling counters and sink tops, as well. Color: Ruby Red (No. 605). Color: Capri Blue (No. 610). Kentile, Kencork, Kenrubber, Kenflex, Kenflor, Kenroyal. (1956) Kentile Corktone. Gives floors new luxury look. Here's the distinguished look of fine cork flooring in America's favorite floor tile. See all 3 styles in Kentile Asphalt Tile: gay Carnival; colorful Marbleized Kentile; Corktone. (1950) Kentile Rubber Tile. Now! Exclusive Luxury Colors Bring "Cushioned Beauty" to Any Room. Choose from exquisite new Kennedy colors... give your designs your own individual touch with exclusive ThemeTile inserts! David E. Kennedy, Inc. Kentile Floors, Incorporated was founded in 1898 by Arthur Kennedy in Brooklyn, New York. Its industry was tiles and flooring materials and its headquarters was in Brooklyn, New York. It went defunct in 1992 but reorganized in 1998. It has caused a lot of controversy and lawsuits because it still sells products with asbestos. Woodgrain Rubber Planks (Cork, Rubber, Solid Vinyl, Crystalite Vinyl, Vinyl Asbestos, Asphalt Tile). Enjoy these vintage ads for Kentile Flooring while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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