The Drapery & General Importing Company (D.I.C.)

The Drapery & General Importing Company (laterally D.I.C.) were a chain of department stores established by Bendix Hallenstein in 1884. Hallenstein also owned the New Zealand Clothing Factory.

Printed: c.1895

Print Type: Dispatch Notice

Card: QV 1d Red-brown (Samuel: AA.2a)

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Printed: c.1896

Print Type: Dispatch Notice

Card: QV 1d Blue (Samuel: AA.6a)

Notes:

Printed: c.1898

Print Type: Dispatch Notice

Card: QV 1d Blue (Samuel: AA.6a)

Notes: Different font and style from previous.

Printed: c.1902

Print Type: Dispatch Notice

Card: QV 1d Brown – Dunedin Town Hall (Samuel: AA.12a(g))

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Printed: c.1905

Print Type: Advertisement

Card: KEVII – Non-Stationery