For sale is an original WW2 Period British Pharmaceutical Home Front Collectable that dates from the 1930s to early 1940s. This period pharmaceutical & Groceries collectable is an empty Barlova Tablets manufactured by Barlova Ltd Hyde, Cheshire which was a malted milk drink produced in this format during the 1930s and 1940s.
Barlova, was a malted and chocolate milk drink made here in the Northwest, in Hyde. It was marketed as ‘Nature’s perfect nightcap’ and its distinctive blue and cream, or red and cream tins announced: ‘Made in Hyde, Cheshire, the dairy county’. In its heyday, Barlova even had its own radio jingle, sung to the tune of ‘Ba Ba Black Sheep’, it went: Baa baa Barlova, have you any go?
“Yes sir, yes sir, we’ll say so.
Go for mummy, go for dad,
Go for sister and go for the lad
Go for the folks who live next door
Go for Barlova at your store
Yes sir, yes sir, we’ll say so
Delicious Barlova gives you go “
This empty Barlova tin is in good condition, which makes it perfect for a 1930s to 1940s British wartime home front and military Pharmaceutical and medical displays, reinactors and collectors! This is guaranteed an original 1930s to 1940s British home front collectable!
This will be sent via Royal Mail 1st class signed for and dispatched within 2 working days. This will be sent as a small parcel as it needs to be padded with extra protection to survive the post! Please check my eBay for more great British wartime home front collectables! Also happy to do deals on multiple orders!
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