Marlborough Rabbit Trapping and Meat Export Company. Curried rabbit, trapped rabbit brand / Wilson & Horton lith, Auckland [and] S Kirkpatrick & Co. Trade mark K registered - Brawn, Irish stew, ox tongues, Scotch haggis, boiled fowl, &c, &c. [ca 1900].
Reference Number: Eph-F-MEAT-Gear-130
Marlborough Rabbit Trapping and Meat Export Co label shows a sailing ship being loaded in a port at the right, and a still life arrangement of fruit with fish, pheasant (?) and rabbit at left. The borders are decorative. The S Kirkpatrick label is a generic one with a space for the specific food contained. It has floral and decoative motifs.
1 image, categorised under Chromolithographs, Ephemera, Packaging and Advertising, related to Wilson & Horton Ltd, Gear Meat Preserving and Freezing Company of New Zealand, Marlborough Rabbit Trapping and Meat Export Co., S Kirkpatrick & Co (firm), Blenheim, Rabbits, Labels, Trademarks, Rabbit hunting, Borders, Ornamental (Decorative arts) and Meat industry and trade.
Gear Meat Company :Scrapbook of labels. 1890s-1920s]., Reference Number Eph-F-MEAT-Gear (35 digitised items)
Extent: 2 colour photo-mechanical print(s) on labels.Photolithographs, labels for tin, 108 x 342 mm, and 114 x 322 mm.. Horizontal imageEphemera
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