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Miscellaneous Odd n' Ends

A gold employee's service pin

Printing blocks for advertisements, c1940's to '50's Printing blocks for advertisements, c1940's to '50's Printing blocks for advertisements, c1940's to '50's Printing blocks for advertisements, c1940's to '50's

A holder for ink and mucilage. Probably 1940's

An all in one, folded metal Signet Ink bottle and pen holder. Date unknown.

A collectible ceramic tape dispenser

A big, honking metal dispenser for the office!

Plastic Putty knives, c1980's - 90's

Le Page's Glue - the handiest "tool" in the shop

Reproductions & Premiums

A large tin reproduction of a turn of the century ad - probably 1980's - 90's

One of a series of reproduced Victorian-era ads - this c1887 - offered as a premium from boxes of cereal. The accompanying letter was sent out the day before I was born!

c1982, a mail away premium. I think it was about 12 dollars at the time - I remember my Dad sending away for one. Several Typos on the package including Le Page's name.

A postal ad-cover, 1985. They failed to mention that Le Page was also a chemist.

A lenticular or 3D/hologram aquarium decorated matchbox advertising Le Page's Resilacrete A matchbox from a series reproducing various Victorian ad cards. This one features the ubiquitous policeman card. Apparently from around 1985 A zippo lighter advertising Le Page's coloured Permacel tapes

An actual c1887 ad (the reproduction from Quaker pictured above) laminated with a magnet backing.

A rubber stamp c2000 A rubber stamp c2000

NEVRMIND LE PAGE'S LMENDIT

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