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Ban-Lon (sometimes spelled BanLon or Banlon) is a trademarked, multistrand, continuous-filament synthetic yarn used in the retail clothing industry. It is artificially crimped in order to achieve greater bulk than ordinary yarns.
- Joseph Bancroft & Sons Company records on licenses and trademarks at Hagley Museum and Library. The collection documents Bancroft's efforts to license and defend the Ban-Lon trademark.
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