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"made In Germany."

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Parent Issue
Day
26
Month
February
Year
1897
Copyright
Public Domain
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Apparently oue ot the chief resulta of the idiotie "made in Germany" act is to render importers of foregin goods specially anxious to pass themselves off as British niauufacturers, says London Truth: Here is a good example: The label round a matchbox extensively sold in London and the provinces bears a sort of trademark in the shape of a sailor's head, with the legend "England's heroes" and the following inscription in red and black letters: "Manufacturad by Martin Harris & Co., Ltd., Stratford, London, E. "Support English Workpeople only by using English made matches. " This covers three sides of the box. The fonrth is covered by a piece of sanded paper to strike the matches on. Remove this paper and yon fmd underneath the further and still more interesting notification, "Printed in Germany. "

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Subjects
Ann Arbor Argus
Old News