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interesting because I think it is the first mention of Toilet Powder being sold in tins - "Boites de fer-blanc emaillees". - Successors to Price & Gosnell - London 2.25in/57mm diameter - smallest size (of B25 - see above) scrollwork and fancy border c.1860-1865 Genuine Bears Grease - imported by John Gosnell & Co.

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The Princess of Wales must be Alexandra (Po W 1863-1902) Cherry Blossom Carriage - Paris (French) Cherry Blossom Eau De Toilette - French (back) post 1866 (mentions AP address) - pre 1898 (doesn't mention 'Ltd.') "Perfumers & Fine Soap Makers By Appointment to H. indicates pre 1898 See Catalogue Abrege - No.341 Unequalled Cold Cream - Alexandra Princess of Wales - [Dale C7] 6.8cms diameter 1898-1901 presence of Ltd. Dale C594] 7cms diameter 1902-1911 (Alexandra was Edward VII's Queen) "Perfumers to Her Majesty The Queen" - "London and Paris" See Catalogue Espanol (1901-1908) - No.3 Catalogue - No.341 (Mary was Queen in 1912 - perhaps the Spanish branch was a little behind ?

- Modern Reproduction 3 inches diameter These were made for the Titanic Exhibition. - Extra Moist - [Dale T529] - with original labels Although ostensibly an '& Co.' item, the lid labels seem to have been used inside '& Co. (I have seen three examples of this - I have not seen it used in '& Co.' pots - yet). 19 (w) x 7.5 (h) inches Contained equivalent of 300 standard size pots - sold for GBP20. Two Bronze/Green known (One at Coddswallop Trust, Other now at Museum of Brands, Packaging and Advertising) First lid found at original Pratt factory site in late 1970s, confirming that they were Prattware. Look in this Shop Window and over the shoulder of this Japanese Gentleman. See here Unequalled Cold Cream [Dale - not mentioned] 6.5cms diameter "Perfumers to His Majesty" - "Three King Court" "His Majesty" must be William IV (1830-1837) "Late Price & Gosnell" indicates post 1832 Maybe sold from Regent Street address as this is most prominent Unequalled Cold Cream [Dale - not mentioned] 6.5cms diameter "Perfumers to Her Majesty" - "Three King Court" "Her Majesty" indicates Victoria - post 1837 presence of "Three King Court" indicates pre 1865 Unequalled Cold Cream - earlier version of [Dale C7] ?

The Princess of Wales must be Alexandra (Po W 1863-1902) Cherry Blossom Carriage - Paris (English) post 1866 (mentions AP address) - pre 1898 (doesn't mention 'Ltd.') "Perfumers & Fine Soap Makers By Appointment to H. - Unrecorded 3 inches diameter Perhaps earlier reproduction ? Perhaps a later version of the 'Bronze' (T518 - above) pots, introduced after the B&W "Extra Moist" variety. might indicate pre 1898 (if not a repro) Cherry Tooth Paste - w/o Extra Moist w/ & Co.

The custom is said to have started during the Nara period (710–794), when it was ume blossoms that people admired in the beginning, but by the Heian period (794–1185) cherry blossoms came to attract more attention, and hanami was synonymous with sakura. The custom was originally limited to the elite of the Imperial Court, but soon spread to samurai society and, by the Edo period, to the common people as well.

Tokugawa Yoshimune planted areas of cherry blossom trees to encourage this.