Date: Circa 1970s
Material: Paper


Newman Brothers’ products were popular abroad, especially in Britain’s colonies and dominions, such as Australia and New Zealand, South Africa, Barbados, Ghana and Trinidad & Tobago, just to mention a few. The extent of the international trade in the 1930s is demonstrated by surviving business ledgers.

To import your goods into Ghana there were and still are required documents that are mandatory to receive authorisation for the clearance of goods.

The Combined Certificate of Value & Origin, as shown here, is one of the documents required. The document serves as both an invoice and a declaration of the items of import.

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