mjlush at ebi.ac.uk
Fri Oct 5 16:56:03 BST 2007
On Fri, 5 Oct 2007, Andrew Beattie wrote:
> Dirk Koopman wrote:
>> What I am actually trying to do is date this photo:-
>> http://www.tobit.co.uk/pub.jpg (warning: large photo)
> Do you have the original plate?
> They often contain a huge amount of detail that doesn't show in the print
> (let alone your jpg). There might be a date on the poster in the window.
It would be nice to see what the poster says it looks like
"The Thngerind" looks like a play ...
Two other things spring to mind on te grocers window,
'Greens sponge mixture' a one of the collector lists may give a date to
Spratts dog cakes, I did a little googling on that apparently their logo
was in the shape of a "Scotty dog" in the 1950s
<http://www.virtualnewarknj.com/busind/food/spratts.htm> so it changed
you may be able to pin down when it changed. James Spratt was involved in
setting up Crufts so perhaps the Kennel club?
Michael John Lush PhD Tel:44-1223 492626
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European Bioinformatics Institute
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