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She Baby Ginger Soda label

SKU: SOD1007 $1.25 USD



Historic Overview

This is an early vintage label for She Baby Ginger Soda from the 1940s. All of the company's products were called She Pixie drinks because of the pixie/fairy on each label. The drink was made by She Products Co., LTD. of Burton Latimer, a town in Northamptonshire, England. The company closed operations may years ago. This label measures 2.75" Wide x 2" Tall. We have several She Pixie labels; they will look great framed together.


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