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Freeman's Digestive Egg Powder, 1885

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PressmarkEvan.4244
Heading or VenueFreeman & Hildyard (Firm)
PlaceLondon, Borough
TitleFreeman's digestive egg powder … Awarded six medals for purity and excellence. Freeman's Egg Powder has a larger sale than any other in the world. Ladies who have not already done so would do well to try this article for cakes, pancakes, Yorkshire and other puddings. Freeman's pudding powder is certainly one of the most useful preparations ever brough before the public. It is entirely different from baking powder. … Fancy boxes: 3 pkts. 6d.; 6 pkts. 1/-; 16 pkts. 2/6. Almond, lemon, vanilla, peach, nectarine & chocolate. Sold by corn merchants, grocers, &c. Special caution. Insist on Freeman's. There are several worthless imitations. Freeman & Hildyard, Dover Rd., Borough, London
Size10.5 cm.
Date[1885]
Imprint[London]
IllustrationsA young girl, holding a packet of Freeman's egg powder in each hand, stands behind a table on which is displayed a range of cakes and puddings, made from the product
NotesPrinted on both sides of the card, with the main text on one side, and a colour illustration on the other. - Dated in MS.: 1885
GenreTrade card; Advertisement
SubjectEgg products industry; Dried eggs; Cookery (Eggs); Puddings; Baking powder
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