Friday, 20 November 2015

The Rise And Fall Of Iconic Names


A couple of adverts taken from the Halifax Courier of November 1899 featuring iconic brands in the local Halifax economy. In the century just about to dawn, Mackintosh's would become a major national and international brand in the sweet confectionery industry. And Ramsden's brewery became one of the big three Halifax brewers. One hundred years after these adverts had been published, both companies had vanished.

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