Tin containers

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Date: 1940 - 1945 Ref: Curios-033-038 Description: Box belonging to serviceman Godfrey William Aydon during the Second World War. Quantity: 1 curio(s). Physical Description: Tin box, 190 x 315 x 72 mm, incl...
Auckland Junior Chamber of Commerce :It may be rubbish to you, but it can help to win the war! Save scrap metal. Assist our war effort. ... The uses of scrap metal will be dramatically portrayed at Weapons from Waste Exhibition to be held on the first floor of Milne & Choyce's from Tuesday March 17th to Thursday April 2nd. Percy Salmond & Co., printers [1942]
Date: 1942 By: Auckland Junior Chamber of Commerce Ref: Eph-B-WASTE-1942-01 Description: Text with a humorous illustration showing enemy soldiers running from a cannon firing pots and pans. There is a list of metals required and where they are co...
New Zealand. Ministry of Supply :Holiday war effort. Save those tubes. These are the tubes to save ... All proceeds from the sale of waste materials go to the Patriotic Fund. Inserted by authority of the Ministry of Supply. 6 [ca 1942]
Date: 1942 - 1943 Ref: Eph-B-WAR-WII-Waste-01-08-centre Description: Advertisement, encouraging people to save the following tin tubes: toothpaste, shaving cream, beauty cream, sun-burn cream, ointment; and all collapsible con...
New Zealand. Ministry of Supply :All are 100% pure tin; the enemy still holds the source of tin supply. All proceeds from sale of waste go to Patriotic Funds. Issued by authority of the Ministry of Supply [ca 1943].
Date: 1943 Ref: Eph-B-WAR-WII-Waste-01-14-top Description: Notice urging the public to save tin tubes. There is a drawing of six tubes, all 100% tin, for products such as toothpaste, creams and ointments. At top righ...
Recycling solder on the Western Front, World War I
Date: 5 Feb 1918 From: Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association :New Zealand official negatives, World War 1914-1918 Ref: 1/2-013052-G Description: A World War I rubbish and salvage area at Cape Belge, Ypres Salient showing a man collecting cans and tins for their solder and other reusable metals. Photog...
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Date: 1841 By: National Westminster Bank; New Zealand Company Ref: Curios-032-017 Description: Black tin box of irregular shape, being a long oblong, with appended circular shape halfway along. The label reads: "New Zealand Company. Charter of incorpor...
Date: 1942 - 1943 By: New Zealand. Ministry of Supply; National Council for Reclamation of Waste Material Ref: Eph-B-WAR-WII-Waste-01 Description: Newsclippings and pamphlets concern the salvage of rubber, waste paper, and tin. There is the script for an Education Department filmstrip "Salvaging waste p...
Recycling solder on the Western Front, World War I
Date: 5 Feb 1918 From: Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association :New Zealand official negatives, World War 1914-1918 Ref: 1/2-013051-G Description: A World War I rubbish and salvage area at Cape Belge, Ypres Salient showing a man collecting cans and tins for their solder and other reusable metals. Photog...
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