Advertisment for Dunlop Rubber Company: Always ask for "Dunlop" brand
|Collections||Dunlop Rubber (Australia) Limited|
|Date created:||1918 - 1920|
An advertisement that incorporates a drawing of a range of customers outside a Dunlop Rubber Goods shop. The shop's display windows are divided vertically to exhibit the variety of Dunlop products. The sign writing on the glass includes; Tyres & Motor Sundries; Waterproofs, Sporting, Heels & ..., Hoses & Belts. Among the people in the street are a well-dressed man and woman carrying respectively a walking stick and a parasol, a small girl and a motorist with his passengers. The car is depicted with no identifying logos or emblems, but the shape of the engine front is similar to that of the Model T Ford. Francis Birtles' much publicised overland trips in the Ford helped make it Australia's best-selling car in the 1920s. The main caption is: Always ask for "Dunlop" Brand. It's your Guarantee of Service and Satisfaction.
|Other Identifiers:||Neg. 3593|
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