The label, the artwork on which is dated 1914, came from a Davenport store. A number of magic collections contain examples of the British Box of Tricks with white labels printed in black ink, for example see references N1179 and N1180 on this website. However, I never recall seeing an actual box which has this coloured label on. If you know of one, please contact the curator of this website.
The label has on it: Copyright LD & Co, London, the Demon Series. The artwork is by Percy Press, dated 1925.
This framed label from a 1920s Davenport magic set was previously on the wall of Pat Page’s house. See letter of certification on the back of the picture frame.
Unfortunately we do not have the box. The label is full of Davenport advertisements for the tricks which were presumably inside. The date is unknown but probably circa 1930s.
This magic set is in the form of a Christmas stocking. It was produced by Gus Davenport circa 1960s.