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Club meeting June 2019

Members showed off their Dumpy Seltzers from local Mineral water firms. These are in the main difficult to find and are eagerly sought after. South Western Mineral water Co, Randall Ryde, Hygine, Saul, Dorset mineral water Co & Nobbs Stent … Continue reading

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Club Meeting December 2018

The Club was in Festive mood and threw an American supper and Christmas raffle. Some members put on some displays along with the competitions making a really good festive bash. Displays Stunning Local trade cards The Ointment comp entry brought … Continue reading

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Club Meeting Jan 2018

Quiet turn out for Jan however we all had a good look at ‘The Bellarmine and other German Stoneware by Alex Wright I am sure a few more copies got purchased as a result of the evening recommended if you … Continue reading

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Club meeting June 2017

Even though it was the start of the Holiday season there were entries and finds for the tables. Some stunning creams Ointments and mini marmalades A small group of the known Portland mineral water Supply Co bottles Notice the upside … Continue reading

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Dorset Club meeting October 2015

The Dorset Club meeting in October centered around its annual member fish and chip supper. Silence descended upon the meeting room for a brief period where members tucked into fish and chips provided by the club. Forgot to take camera … Continue reading

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Dr Roberts Poor Mans Friend ointment Bridport

Poor mans friend ointment was one of Dorset’s most famous household names. From humble beginnings in the 1790’s Dr Roberts ointment was destined to become a household brand name under the Beach and Barnicott partnership. The commoner pots are often … Continue reading

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