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I exchanged my shares from the liquid to the aerosol product.pennymachines wrote: ↑Sat Feb 20, 2021 11:33 pmYou're confusing me...
Dribbling no longer pays the premium.
10:37 PM versus 3:07 AM.badpenny wrote: ↑
Sun Sep 27, 2020 10:37 pm
If possible get the tin with the liquid version and not the aerosol.
badpenny wrote: ↑
Sun Feb 21, 2021 3:07 am
The one I have in my shed is an aerosol which is a much better idea than dribbling it in.
Time is not on our side, USA
Thanks for the info gummy. I managed to get hold of some original Oh Boy gum wrappers from Canada also.gummy wrote: ↑Sat Feb 20, 2021 9:35 am A shred of info regarding Goudey Gum & The Bristish Chewing Sweets connection.
In April 1927 Harry Lauder a great chewing gum fan (the Prince Of Wales at the time was also a fan) was on a tour of America and Canada with a Major Hugh A Green. During this short time they purchased a $10,000 interest in the Goudey gum company and sat on the board of directors. Demand was high, one shipment contained over 3 million sticks of gum.
Two factories, the Canadian Goudey plant, and one in Boston, were also purchased during this visit on behalf of a UK/Canadian syndicate.
The Empire/British Chewing sweets was the UK off spring I guess.
The Goudey Gum Co has a vague history with confusion arising over its USA and Canadian plants.
(I'm a gum card collector and this piece has great historical interest with the links between USA and UK).
Hope this helps a little.
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