This vintage oil tin once contained White Sewing Machine Oil. At the top of the front it reads; White Sewing Machines since 1876 with a needle and a spool of thread. The back explains hoe to use this oil and why Ordinary Household Oils shouldn't be used on your sewing machine. The blue tin has a white plastic spout with its original red plastic lid. This was distributed by the White Sewing Machine Company of Ohio, probably in the 1960's.
The tin is empty and measures about 2 3/16" wide and 1 1/8" deep. It measures about 5 1/16" high to the top of the capped spout. It is in very nice condition with good gloss and minimal wear. There are a couple of small scratches and a small dent on the back.
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Item ID: 18196
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