Our sixpenny piece is often referred to as the " nimble sixpence," and a very handy coin it is, capable of purchasing an infinite variety of pleasurable and useful articles. Bovril can now be added to the list. After fifty years trading the Directors of the Company have fallen to the lure of the " nimble sixpence," at which price the familiar brown bottle will shortly be on sale throughout the country. It is bound to appeal to the general public. The price is right and the contents of each bottle give full value for money.
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