Free Opal Glass Jar 1967 (re-issue 2004)
Brooke Bond Advert Cards Brooke Bond Tea Card Issues Free Opal Glass Jar 1967 (re-issue 2004) Free Opal Glass Jar 1967 (re-issue 2004) 1 - This is a reproduction (by permission of Brooke Bond) of an insert card to be found in Opal Glass Jar 8oz containers of Crown Cup instant coffee in 1967, as stated on the back of this card (originally plain back) which is copyright A. Wrathall and one of a serially numbered limited edition of 1,000. On the front printed in pale blue on white within an ornimental border are the words “Brooke Bond the makers of Crown Cup trust that you have enjoyed the rich flavour of our Crown Cup Instant Coffee”. Size 70 x 37mm.
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Free Opal Glass Jar 1967 (re-issue 2004)

Issuer: Brooke Bond Advert Cards Condition: Mint * These are original and NOT reprints Description: This is a reproduction (by permission of Brooke Bond) of an insert card to be found in Opal Glass Jar 8oz containers of Crown Cup instant coffee in 1967, as stated on the back of this card (originally plain back) which is copyright A. Wrathall and one of a serially numbered limited edition of 1,000. On the front printed in pale blue on white within an ornimental border are the words “Brooke Bond the makers of Crown Cup trust that you have enjoyed the rich flavour of our Crown Cup Instant Coffee”. Size 70 x 37mm. Number of cards in set: 1

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