1955 Original UK Brooke Bond Tea,Wigan Lancashire England Market Place,Red Vans

Original 1950's Full Page Colour Advertisement. Round and about with the 'little Red Vans' WHAT LANCASHIRE THINKS TODAY... LANCASHIRE, although world-acknowledged county of cotton, is one of mixed industries-of coal and chemicals, glass and soap, steel, machinery, and ships. Its great port, Liverpool, is gateway to the world; its Manchester a seat of big business and true learning-and home of Halle Orchestra.Lancashire folk, though schooled in meterialism, are keen critics and lovers of music and the arts. Always, too, they have formed a brave front for the people's rights-as at shameful Peterloo. Lancastrians have keen minds and powers of perception-'What Lancashire thinks today England will think tomorrow'. They are quick to judge true worth. No wonder the little red Brooke Bond vans are kept so busy in this great Northern county. Two Brooke Bond factories are situated within its bounds. MARKET PLACE, WIGAN: BY WILLIAM LITTLE Ideal item for display at home, in a shop, business, pub, restaurant. Would make a great gift for that special person. This item would like magic framed (frame not included). The print is an original page from a UK 1955 publication (magazine). Its size is approximately 13.5 x 10 inches. The print is held in a cardboard backed (acid free for preservation) display sleeve to maintain quality.
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