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Get the best out of your pot : Amgoorie
Bib ID 6224637
Format PicturePicture [text, still image, sheet]
Description [Adelaide] : [D & J Fowler Ltd.], [between 1940 and 1949] 
1 poster : colour illustration ; 28 x 40 cm 
Summary

Advertisement for Amgoorie tea, coloured orange with white lettering on a brown background. The artwork depicts a teapot, who takes the form of a running waiter. One arm, which is also the spout, supports a steaming tea cup, and a tea towel is draped under the other arm, which is also the handle. Text on the teapot body in curved lettering reads: Amgoorie.

Biography/History

The Adelaide-based form of D. and J. Fowler Limited introduced the Amgoorie line of teas in 1890, the name coming from the Amgurie region of India, where the company imported tea from three estates. The line expanded considerably in the 1920s. (See: Years to remember, 1854-1954: a record of the first hundred years of the business of D. and J. Fowler Limited (1954), p. 76).

Notes

Caption title.

Digital master available; National Library of Australia, Pictures collection;

Subjects Tea trade - Australia - Posters.  |  Beverage industry - Australia - Posters.  |  Advertising - Tea - Australia - Posters.  |  Advertising - Beverages - Australia - Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Australia - Posters.  |  Australian
Other authors/contributors D & J Fowler Limited, issuing body
Also Titled

Amgoorie

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