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Advertisement for Dunlop Rubber Company: quality and service

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CollectionsDunlop Rubber (Australia) Limited
Date created: 1915
An advertisement that incorporates pen drawings and wash paintings. At the top of the image, a fist clutches ribbons connected to medallions depicting a large range of Dunlop products. The fist is drawn as if it has punched its way out of the Dunlop Rubber Mills. The factory was established in 1902 in Melbourne on land across from the Yarra River and close to the Montague railway station. A caption claims that it is the: 'Largest [mill] in Southern Hemisphere - Area 5 3/4 acres'.The advertisement also depicts a standing man and seated woman who study a huge parchment that lists the company's products and outlet addresses. The main caption includes: 'The Name Dunlop stands pre-eminent in this Country for the Highest Quality of Rubber Goods'.
Location: Montague Street, South Melbourne, Melbourne.
Other Identifiers: Neg. 3566


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