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Garcia de Pou

This maker of generic barfbags has diversified into sanibags. I wonder if they produce any dual-use items?

The garciadepou imprint is in tiny type near the base.

Thanks to Frank Mulliri. (2006)

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Garden Hotel Singapore

Complete with a hole so you can hang up your bag after use.

Thanks to Oliver Conradi. (2005)

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Garuda Plaza Hotel

A refreshing ethnic sun-like design from this hotel in Medan, Indonesia.

Thanks to Petr Manda (2005)

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Gelpa

voor het opbergen van hygienische damesdoeken enz. Verzoeke niet in toilet te werpen.

For a translation, cut and paste the above into an online Dutch-English dictionary.

Mdea by Gelpa, from a conference centre in Wageningen, the Netherlands.

Thanks to Evelyn Mathias (2004)

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Gelpa (three stars)

This Gelpa has shed a star, and the Gelpa logo itself has dropped closer to the base of the bag.

Thanks to Evelyn Mathias. (2005)

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Gilchrist

This Camden, Arkansas, firm decorates its sanibags with cheerful flower motifs.

Thanks to Oliver Conradi. (2005)

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Grecotel

This is a singular bag in English, but plural in French. The German is ambiguous (the word "Beutel" is the same in singular and plural). Don't know enough Greek to tell whether Φακελλος is one or more.

Thanks to Gerd Clemens. (2006)

 

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GVS

That's Grossverbraucherspezialisten, in case you want it spelled out. Produced by Jürgen Reichel GmbH of Bad Harzburg, a town nestling in the scenic Harz mountains of central Germany, famed for its walking, skiing and bag-production.

Thanks to Matthias Koch. (2005)

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