Mack Brush Grey Stroke Lettering Brush-Series 1932. The old "Art Sign Company" used to make a series 1963 Super Grey Hound. It was made with Pure Grey Talahoutky Squirrel. This Grey Squirrel is very hard to get today and is also very expensive. Nevertheless, Mack customers have been requesting a Grey Squirrel Flat (or lettering brush). Since Mack's 1962 (Flat), which is a mixture of Pure Blue Squirrel and Ox hair sells as well, or even a little better, than Mack's Pure Squirrel Flat series 1992 - Mack thought they would bring out a Grey mixture Flat that would not be all that expensive and still the user the body and snap of Grey Squirrel Hair. This is not intended to replace Mack's series 1962 or 1992. It is merely a less expensive alternative. Mack hopes you'll like it.
These Lettering Flats are for Rougher surface and are stronger than brown hair flats, even though their a budget brush, at least that's how it was explained to me by Sign painters as a boy, so that's how I use Grey Flats (Ron Percell, 2nd generation Sign Artist). By: Mack Brush, Series 1932, stiff Grey Mixture Flat, Russian Sable Hair, Seamless Nickel Ferrule Long Beige Handle with Brown TipAvailable in 1/4", 3/8", 1/2", 5/8, 3/4", 1" Individual brushes listed BELOW!