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Deeko

Floral offering from this Australian brand that (according to its website, at least) specializes in paper catering products.

A question of brand confusion? The Deeko brand belongs to SCA, an international paper company that also owns the Tork and Hygenex product lines, both of which supply items such as toilet rolls and towel dispensers.

Yes, the printing on this bag is really upside-down.

Thanks to Matthias Koch (2005)

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Depa

Why does the English have the plural BAGS, while the other languages make do with the singular?

This uses the same text as the Zakje bag, but the bagmaker (Depa) is identified on the reverse.

Thanks to Christian Annyas (2005)

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Depa (thinner cross)

Subtly retypeset - they must have lost the original file they use to print from.

Thanks to Johannes Bosma. (2005)

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De Ster

A rare departure for this barfbag manufacturer into the realm of sanibags.

Thanks to Johannes Bosma. (2005)

 

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Deutsche Bundesbahn

You would have thought that after the prices they charge for a ticket, German railways would provide a better bag than this. From an express train from Cologne to Berlin (2002)

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Deutsche Bundesbahn ICE (1)

That's InterCity Express -- the extra-fast train that zips from Cologne to Frankfurt in an hour (faster than the plane, especially if you include the waiting time). You get a selection of pretty patterns in ICE loos. Here's the first. (2003)

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Deutsche Bundesbahn ICE (2)

Here's an alternative design. (2003)

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Deutsche Bundesbahn ICE (3)

And here's my favourite. (2003)

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DisposALL BAG

Made by that favourite of western hemisphere suppliers, the American Hotel Register Co. (it says so in the gusset).

Stole it myself from the Frigate Bay Resort Hotel in St Kitts - site of a naval confrontation between the British and French in 1782. The bay, that is, not the hotel.

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