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Object ID 000757

Object Name Royal Arsenal magazine

Object Desc Magazine for Royal Arsenal Cooperative Society ltd. 1924.

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY000545

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General Category Printed Material

Category Periodicals

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Accession Date JAN 1,1991

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Location Grundy's Book exhibit

Object Date 1924

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Object Keywords magazines,Royal Arsenal Cooperative,consumer cooperative,periodicals,


Title Royal Arsenal magazine

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Description / Abstract Royal Arsenal information packet Cooperartive Society ltd. 1924 with compliments registered office and central stores 125-153. Annual sales exceed 3,000,000 pounds. Keep this blotter for constant use during 1924. Lists calenders for 1924-25 and committes and officials. List branches and postal and department information.The Royal Arsenal Co-operative Society (RACS) was a consumer co-operative based in south east London; taking its name from the Royal Munitions works (Royal Arsenal) at Woolwich. Initially established in 1868 as the Royal Arsenal Supply Association. The society renamed itself Royal Arsenal Co-operative Society in 1872. yet by 1985 its commercial problems were such that it merged into the National Co-operative Wholesale Society.

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Language English

Publisher Royal Arsenal Cooperative Society

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Image Caption CMY545

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Date MAR 20,2013

Summary Fair

Assessor Katie Wells

Notes front and back looks dirty 3 small smudges toward the bottom of the front. wear on back and edge toward the middle


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