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A stoneware demijohn with a black transfer on the shoulder which reads "GIBSON PATEA" inside a hollow circle. The top portion is glazed and the bottom portion is unglazed. A rubber ball is rattling loose inside.
A commemorative tray made of clear epoxy resin mixed with iron sand for effect. " WAIPIPI IRON SANDS LIMITED / DEC 8 1971 " is embossed with gold foil in the top half of the resin tray. The bottom surface is lined with white plastic with green felt dots affixed in each corner. " N.Z. PATENT / APPLICATION No / 160116 " is printed in purple ink on a white adhesive label affixed to the bottom surface of the tray at centre.
A plain shaped 30 ounce clear glass soda syphon with a clear glass internal tube. " PMW Co. / PATEA MINERAL WATER Co. / PATEA" is etched on the glass. " BRITISH SYPHON CO. LONDON " is etched in small text below this. " H. M. W. Co. LTD / HAWERA " is marked on the plated metal top. " BRITISH SYPHON/MFGCo LTD/LONDON/ BS C 2 " is marked on the other side.
A cut throat razor and case. " GIBSON'S / PATEA AND HAWERA" is etched on the blade and " KROPP " is etched on the handle of the blade. " GROUND IN HAMBURG " is etched on the other side. The razor is held in a case with a mismatched lid. " WINGFIELD, ROWBOTHAM & CO, 82 TENTER STREET, SHEFFIELD " is written on the base. The lid has a part of a paper label on it. " GERMAN GROUND RAZOR " is visible on the label. The other side of the lid has a set of mainly illegible instructions attributed to the Kropp Manufacturing Company.
A circular brass seal for the South Taranaki Bacon Company. " THE / COMMON / SEAL / OF / THE SOUTH TARANAKI BACON COMPANY LIMITED " is marked in raised letters on the seal. There are two small threaded holes on the reverse of the seal where presumably a handle would have been attached.