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Bovril Gallery

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Choose from 42 pictures in our Bovril collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Suffragette Publicity Advertising BOVRIL Featured Print

Suffragette Publicity Advertising BOVRIL

Suffragette Publicity Advertising BOVRIL. The tram terminus at Brislington, South East of Bristol. A large advertising placard on the right reads, Vote for Women who buy BOVRIL'. Bovril was the trademark name for a salty meat extract, sold in a bulbous glass jar. Date: circa 1910

© The March of the Women Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

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Metropolitan Police theatricals Featured Print

Metropolitan Police theatricals

Metropolitan Police theatricals, showing five performers on a raised stage. There is a tea hut on the right, advertising tea, coffee and sandwiches, with a man serving an elderly customer. On the left are three seated characters, a man in a deerstalker hat and two women (male actors in drag). It may be a musical entertainment, as there appears to be an orchestra pit with a makeshift conductor's podium in the middle and a couple of music stands

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Diatetics'. John Lawson Johnston (d1900), Scottish born businessman. In Featured Print

Diatetics'. John Lawson Johnston (d1900), Scottish born businessman. In

Diatetics'. John Lawson Johnston (d1900), Scottish born businessman. In about 1863 Johnston developed a beef extract, at first known as liquid beef but later named Bovril, a named derived of Bos, the Latin for Ox, and Vrilya, the life force in The Coming Race a novel by Bulwer Lytton. He victualled armies and helped provision three Polar expeditions. Cartoon by Spy, pseudonym of Leslie Ward (1851-1922) British painter and caricaturist, from Vanity Fair. (London, 18 February 1897). Chromolithograph

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