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1928–1940 1940–195? 195?–1959 1959–1960 1960–1964 1964–197?
1928–1940 1940–195? 195?–1959 1959–1960 1960–1964 1964–197?
197?–199? 199?–1999 1999–2003 2003–2012, 2003–2010 (Europe) 2012–2015 2015–present
197?–199? 199?–1999 1999–2003 2003–2012, 2003–2010 (Europe) 2012–2015 2015–present

1928–1940

Charmin was first manufactured at the Hoberg Paper Company in Green Bay, Wisconsin

1940–195?

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195?–1959

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P&G acquired Charmin in 1957. Over the next few years, the packaging and logo was redesigned repeatedly. Each time, Charmin would be re-introduced as "new".

1959–1960

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1960–1964

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1964–197?

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197?–199?

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199?–1999

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1999–2003

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2003–2012, 2003–2010 (Europe)

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In 2010, Charmin in Europe was renamed Cushelle.

Designer:  Gilmore Branding & Design
Typography:  Unknown

2012–2015

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Designer:  Erica Gurda
Typography:  Unknown

2015–present

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