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Glenfield Patent Starch, 1866

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PressmarkEvan.7049
Heading or VenueRobert Wotherspoon & Co.
TitlePurveyors of starch to H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. Glenfield Patent Starch. Exclusively used in the Royal Laundry and awarded the Prize Medal for its superiority at the International Exhibition, 1862. When you ask for Glenfield Patent Starch, see that you get it as inferior kinds are often substituted. Wotherspoon & Co., Glasgow & London. [On reverse] … By special appointment Starch Purveyors to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales. The best proofs of the great superiority of this Starch are the numerous distinguished marks of approval which have been accorded it from all quarters ; amongst which may be mentioned the following, viz:- It is exclusively used in the Royal Laundry and Her Majesty's Laundress says it is the finest starch she ever used. Honourable mention was awarded for it at the Great Exhibition in London in 1851. A Prize Medal was awarded for it at the New York Exhibition in 1853; and a Prize Medal was also awarded for it at the International Exhibition in London, 1862. … Robert Wotherspoon & Co., starch purveyors to Her Royal Highness the Princess of Wales, and manufacturers of Wotherspoon's Victoria Lozenges, which were awarded a Prize Medal for Purity and excellence of quality at the International Exhibition of 1862. 46, Dunlop Street, Glasgow; and 66, Queen Street, London, E.C.
Size21 cm.
Date[1866]
NotesDated in MS: 1866. - Printed on both sides of the sheet, on the first side in green, brown and yellow ink, with an illustration of the Princess of Wales; the reverse contains a list of recommendations and prizes awarded at exhibitions 1851-62
GenreAdvertisement; Notice
SubjectStarch; Laundries; Trade shows
NamesRobert Wotherspoon & Co.; International Exhibition (London. 1862)
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