J.J. Moon is a fictional character and simply plays on the George Orwell Moon Under Water theme of some of the company’s earliest pubs.
An old poster for Austin cars.
The text reads: Tale of Two Forties
There’s a world of difference between New Zealand and Britain on the map – but not on the subject of cars. In the land of the Roaring Forties the A40’s ability to go like a breeze is well-known. Its vivacious performance, its big-car comfort and low running costs make it one of the most rewarding exports Britain ever produced.
Austin – you can depend on it!
A collection of vintage-style alcoholic drink artwork.
Dewar’s “White Label” Scotch Whisky.
Martell and Co’s very fine old Cognac Brandy.
External photograph of the building – main entrance.
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