History Of Packaging 1970-1979

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    Unissued / unused material.

    Shots of different kinds of packaging for household products - mainly old fashioned styles.

    Various close up shots of packaging of Beefex Cubes. CUs of cups advertising products. Including 'Ex-Ox'. CU packaging of Oxo cubes and lozenges. Shots of Bisto advertisement showing the Bisto Kids. CU advertising material for Cerebos table salt. CU ads for Rowntree's chocolates. VS paintings on chocolate boxes. VS of exhibit of chocolate boxes including those marking the Silver Jubilee in 1935 of King George V and other Royal events. Various packages of cosmetic products including Erasmic and Nivea cremes. VS advertising materials for drinks. Various more modern tins and jars - of coffee and tea. Various tea adverts.

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    British Pathé
    Issue Date:
    1970 - 1979
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    Available on request
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    01:16:52:00 / 01:27:28:00
    UN 4669 A
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    UN 4669 A
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    arts Coffee ROWNTREE Packaging SUGAR RATION Advertising Business
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  • Amongst other items of packaging or promo items featured in this clip are;

    At 00:25, a mug for the Ivelcon beef beverage.

    At 00:30 a mug for the Betox beef drink.

    At 00:34 a mug for Jardox beef drink.

    At 05:28, a tub of "Outdoor Girl" sunburn cream.

    At 05:33 some Oatine face cream.

    At 05:35 some Cuticura sun-tan talc.

    At 05:48 a vintage Rimmel product.

    At 05:54 some Emarco Cold Cream.

    At 06:06 some Vinolia Bath Crystals.

    At 06:45 some vintage Johnnie Walker advertising.

    Around 08:37 a number of vintage Ty-phoo adverts.

    At 09:25 a vintage sign for Mazawattee tea.

    At 10:01 several adverts for Horniman's tea.

    jamied 23rd Jun 2012

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