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St George Preserving & Canning Company Ltd :St George roast beef. [Can label. 1890s-1940s].

Reference Number: Eph-C-MEAT-1900s-01

Shows for each side of tin, the two larger panels incorporating insets of a circular motif showing St George on horseback fighting a dragon. One panel shows a background of a lake surrounded by hills, with cabbage tree and ferns. One panel shows native clematis. The style is late Victorian.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Ephemera, Lithographs and Advertising, related to Irvine & Stevenson (Firm), St George Preserving & Canning Company Ltd, George, Saint, d 303, Dunedin City, Clematis - Clematis paniculata, Christian patron saints, Packaging, Labels, Decorative arts, Victorian, Meat industry and trade - Otago Region and Cabbage trees.

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St George Preserving & Canning Company Ltd :St George roast beef. [Can label. 1890s-1940s]., Reference Number Eph-C-MEAT-1900s-01 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Lithograph, 138 x 340 mm (slightly curved).. Horizontal imageEphemera

Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copy where possible.

Other copies available: File print and colour transparency in Ephemera Room

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