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Dixon Crucible Company. Research Magazine Advertisements. The Best Resource on the Net of Vintage Ads! (1899) Dixon Cycle Chain Graphites - Chain Help. You furnish the power, the chain carries it. An easy-running chain helps you - Dixon's Cycle Chain Graphites help the chain. They perfectly lubricate links and sprockets - keep them from gumming, rusting, or collecting dirt. The best chain lubricants ever invented or discovered. Put up in sticks (3 styles) and in paste form (tubes and cans). Sold by dealers everywhere. Joseph Dixon Crucible Company, Jersey City, New Jersey. (1895) Dixon 679 Graphite Cycle Lubricant. Break The Record. Increase the speed of your wheel and the ease of driving it; make your chain run easier and last longer by the use of Dixon 679 Graphite Cycle Lubricant. Prepared by the choicest and smoothest soft graphite, it thoroughly lubricates chain and sprockets, and prevents them from wearing. Will not gum or hold dust or dirt. Saves money and muscle. Send 12 cents for sample stick. In 1827, Joseph Dixon began his business in Salem, Massachusetts and, with his son, was involved with the Tantiusques graphite mine in Sturbridge, Massachusetts. Dixon discovered the merits of graphite as a stove polish and an additive in lubricants, foundry facings, brake linings, oil-less bearings, and non-corrosive paints. Enjoy these vintage ads for Dixon Crucible Company while you browse through our Advertisement Gallery! As always, more to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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