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16 Aug 2016 06:45 PM  

Thought it would be change to put something on here instead of enamels all the time. Found these pics today of my collection a few years ago, sadly all gone now

 

 

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16 Aug 2016 07:06 PM  

 "SWEET"...

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16 Aug 2016 08:29 PM  
Very Nice. Pity it's all gone.
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16 Aug 2016 08:58 PM  

 i agree peter 

i'd of bought the lot and kept 95%

wonder who the lucky one was

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16 Aug 2016 10:03 PM  
It was quite a few years ago, all of the 30's stuff went but kept the 20s. Got some earlier bits and didn't have space for it all
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16 Aug 2016 11:21 PM  

 Nice stuff there . Did you keep the Rowntrees cabinet ?

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17 Aug 2016 05:36 AM  

 I think the advertising department in  Cadburys and Rowntrees would double there sales if they went back to this design

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11 Oct 2016 07:51 PM  
Where do you find these type of items? Not something I'd expect to come across at a boot fair. What sort of prices do you pay?
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11 Oct 2016 08:59 PM  
Hi Miars. This type of packaging rarely surfaces at specialist fairs now never mind boot fairs. Prices vary but run of the mill single dummy bar between £15 - £55 each.
I would suggest keeping your eyes peeled on eBay as far more opportunity, there are some on their right now if you search under Rowntrees
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12 Oct 2016 09:54 AM  

Some went thro a fairly recent past BBR auction - from a long time collector.

Always nice to see such incredible survivors…. there's just one 'sweetie' packet (@ the moment) coming up in our December 4th Antique Advertising auction which might tickle the taste buds of aficionados on this site…

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12 Oct 2016 11:30 AM  

 Also a word of warning - make sure that you are buying original wrappers and not photocopies or scans. There have been some recently sold on ebay. Aero, kit kat, nestle's crackermilk and cadbury's bars all made £20 or more and they weren't right.

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12 Oct 2016 12:08 PM  

 Don't come on the 5th Alan,you'll be a day late !

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12 Oct 2016 06:44 PM  

 Thank you Arkwrights, I'll start searching. Great pictures.

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13 Oct 2016 07:31 AM  
Alan, Don't make any more confused than I already am!
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13 Oct 2016 08:54 AM  
Lol…. old teacher trick - making sure you're reading all… amended!!!
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