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Thomson & Company (Dunedin) :Thomson's "Purity" raspberry vinegar. [ca 1910]

Reference Number: Eph-B-RETAIL-1910-01-03

Shows a bucket of raspberries being tipped into a very large bottle of Thomson's raspberry vinegar, made of raspberry juice and sugar. There is an exhortation not to "confuse Thomson's "Purity" cordials with cheap lines sold under the same name". Sole agents were: Ford & Mirams (Canterbury), Salmon & Spraggon (Wellington), and H E Gillespie (Auckland)

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1 image, categorised under Offset printing, Ephemera and Advertising, related to Thomson & Co (Firm), Ford & Mirams (Firm), Salmon & Spraggon (Firm), H E Gillespie (Auckland) (Firm), Raspberries, Bottles and Vinegar.

Part of:
[Pamphlet advertising Methven boilers and pipes, Creamoata, Thomson's Purity Raspberry Vinegar, and Thomson's Purity Lime Juice. ca 1910]., Reference Number Eph-B-RETAIL-1910-01 (4 digitised items)

Extent: 1 colour photo-mechanical print(s) on pamphletOffset print on folded pamphlet, 297 x 230 mm.. Vertical imageEphemera

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Other copies available: Scanned from original. File print in Ephemera Room.

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