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‘Bourn-Vita’ (originally hyphenated) was launched on the Kiwi market in the 1930s by Cadbury Fry Hudson.
The ‘Nightcap Beaker’ was the official name of this item which was sold, I think a discount if you had coupons from the product (someone here will no doubt remember what the deal was). It is also called the ‘Sleeping Beaker’, but more commonly referred to as the Sleepytime, Wee Willie Winkie, or Nightcap mug by collectors.
It probably dated back to 1950, the earliest advert I’ve seen is from this year, and seems to have been available into the late 1960s. It was often the blue plastic lid that went first, so an intact example now sells for quite a lot of money if in good condition.
As for Bournvita first it lost its dash; and then might have disappeared for good sometime in the 2000s, but seems to still be available overseas.
This point-of-sale card stand used in corner grocery stores would have sat on counters of shelves in the fifties. #NewZealand#Kiwiana#Ephemera#Vintage#Cadbury#Dunedin#History#Collectable#1950s#Advertising#Graphic#Design#Branding#Marketing#NightcapBeaker#Promotion#Memories#Flashback#Classic#Retro#WeeWillieWinkie#Nighcap#Mug#Bournvita#Cup
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