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Odlums: Self Raising

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Advertisement for Odlum’s self-raising flour in which various successful baking attempts are attributed to the ‘flour power’ of Odlum’s self-raising flour. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (528)

Phoenix: Pub Ballad

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Humorous advertisement for Phoenix beer, set in Malachi’s Select Bar. A man sings a ballad-style song about Phoenix beer. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (441)

Sandeman Port

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Advertisement for Sandeman Port featuring a man trying to catch the elusive ‘Mr Sandeman’. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (444)

HB: Choc Ice

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Advertisement introducing new HB Choc Ice ice creams. A woman enjoys a HB Choc Ice, while a female singer sings ‘Something about the way it tastes’. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (550)

Odlums: Christmas

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Short advertisement for Odlum’s cream flour featuring an owl that tells viewers how the flour makes the best Christmas cakes and pies, while Santa sits laughing at the end of the table filled with food. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (369)

Odlums: Patricia Sullivan

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Short advertisement for Odlum’s bread mixes, featuring Patricia Sullivan of Odlum’s explaining how to make bread using the mixes. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (420)

Odlums: Flour Power

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Short advertisement for Odlum’s self-raising flour, with ‘flour power,’ a new ingredient designed to improve your baking. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (310)

Kosangas: Cooker

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Advertisement introducing the Kosangas cooker. A man explains how the cooker works, highlighting how dependable it is, even in the dark. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (370)

ESB: Warm Home

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An advertisement promoting the ESB’s special offer on home heating, showing the benefits to a family living in a wintery climate. To see more from The Irish Adverts Project, click here. (584)