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Listed under:  Manufacturing processes  >  Packaging

Kriesler 'Playtime' transistor radio, 1960

This is a 1960 Kriesler Playtime portable transistor radio with accessories and original packaging. The radio has a grey-edged plastic frame and a nylon mesh front. A large clear-plastic tuning dial sits on the front right, has a gold-effect central knob and displays state radio frequencies. The radio is displayed on a ...


Mount Franklin water bottles, 2007

These are three bottles containing 'Mount Franklin' spring water, designed by D3 Design, Paddington, New South Wales, 2003 and made by Coca-Cola Amatil (Australia). The three bottles contain 600 mL, 1 L and 1.5 L of spring water.


Alex Liddy 'Atria' serving utensils, 2005

These are four 'Atria' serving utensils, manufactured from stainless steel and plastic by Housewares International, China. The utensils comprise a cake lifter, a large serving spoon and two large salad servers, all made from polished stainless steel. All utensils are marked on the reverse.


Female shoppers browsing at Coles Department Store, 1950-60

This is a black-and-white image depicting several women looking at merchandise displayed for sale at a Coles Department Store. The merchandise includes cookware, clothing, cosmetics and haberdashery. The photograph is part of the Laurie Richards Collection of commercial photographs at Museum Victoria. Its dimensions are: ...


Packing rabbits for export at William Angliss and Co, 1954

This is a black-and-white image depicting workers at William Angliss and Co in Footscray packing rabbit carcasses into cardboard crates ready for export. A large number of skinned carcasses are hanging on a conveyor belt nearby. The photograph is part of the Laurie Richards Collection of commercial photographs at Museum ...


Simpson's Gloves labels, c1930-75

These are four Simpson's Gloves product labels. They are made of circular gold-coloured card, with cotton thread tags for attaching to products. The labels are printed with 'Simpson's' in red followed by 'TRADITIONAL QUALITY' in black. Each label has a diameter of 64 mm.