When was the printer A. Martinez - Barcelona in operation?
November 27, 2014 6:51 PM   Subscribe

I have old Spanish olive oil label, apparently from the 1930s. The printer's name, in small print at the bottom of the label, reads "A. Martinez" (although there is a slight chance that the "A." is actually an "R."). This name is followed by a dash and "Barcelona" and preceded by what looks like T* G*. The "asterisk" looks something like a superscripted yen (currency) symbol. All this is difficult to read because it is printed in black on a dark green background. The brand name of the olive oil is Vulcano.
posted by kirsti to Grab Bag (2 answers total)
Do you have a picture of the label?
posted by parmanparman at 3:39 AM on November 28, 2014

I can't provide a scan right now, but here is all the printed information on the label: Aceite puro de olivas, Superior, Refinado. VULCANO, marca registrada. Cosechado en las comarcas de Tortosa y Urgel. The label shows the god Vulcan striking iron on an anvil. I hope this helps.
posted by kirsti at 10:12 AM on November 28, 2014

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