Reproduction of an original poster advertising Horniman's tea. A woman in Edwardian costume is seated on a bench in front of a sign board which reads: 'HORNIMAN'S PURE TEA'. In her right hand she holds a string from which is suspended a parcel in a brown paper wrapper, with the words 'Horniman's Pure Tea / Always Good Alike' on the side.
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