The Dutch version of the advertisement.
The French version of the ad.
The 'fuel section' features other suggestive names like Energic, Spido, Energol, ...
To me Lux was Unilever-movie-star toilet-soap. And now this: Lux for laundry.
Until 1884 soap was just soap.
But then William Lever (founder of Unilever) wrapped his Sunlight in vivid colours. This innovative approach resulted in a number one position in many countries.
Vigor is also a Unilever brand.
Several layers of the same and other brands.
The lower part of this wall is in the Lubricants section.
Sunlight on this exposed wall on a railway station diverts notably from the usual scheme.
Interesting though because of the Camus-announcement.
We have more Camus on the site.
Notice the lower case type.
The Belgian walls are in uppercase.
It's also remarkable that we haven't any other Sunlight murals except for Belgium. Lux and Vigor finds also come only from Belgium.
In 1899, W. Lever started production of his Sunlight Soap in Germany. It was a great succes and in 1903 the German version of the brand was created : Sunlicht.
Alsace was German territory before 1918. This wall could well date from then, the early days of the brand.
In the 1960s and '70s Spanish newspapers regularly ran classifieds for sales representatives. The company disappeared in the 1980s.
Apriete aqui y tire
Este jabón es NEUTRO
No contiene acidos rasinas ni alcalis libras y su contenido es de un 80% de grasa (ac.gr.)
VENTA AL PUBLICO (Inc. UyC)
Peso salida mag 120 grs
Contenido neto 100 grs.
Excellent wall featuring Mr. Bonaparte who is clearly impressed by the qualities of the product.
The Emperor supports a Cognac too.
Almost lost and showing the same drawing as the 1997 find but enhanced with a short recommendation. Below the tub remains of marque déposée can be seen.
Saponite is a synonym for the mineral Montmorillonite also known as Mountain soap.
Find a modern KUB artwork.
I wonder what Elium might be.
The right wing says Glycérine parfumé and gives the NET weigth of the box.
SABA is a brand of Pacific Interlink, incorporated in 1988 in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). Saba is presumable one of the most trusted brands in many Sub-Saharan countries.