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RHM Nimble: Tennis Woman
An advertisement for Rank Hovis McDougall’s Nimble bread featuring a female tennis player.
Rank Hovis McDougall’s Nimble loaf was launched in 1955 as a low calorie bread for healthy eating. This advertisement from 1964, made by J Walter Thompson, emphasises the brand as a healthy option with the ‘nimble’ female tennis player.
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