Early Unopened Stanley's Crow Repellent litho 8 oz. tin from the Cedar Hill Formulae Company, New Britain, Conn. The can was manufactured by the Giles Can Company of Chicago. This awesome little tin shows aging and wear with scattered areas of wear and dark spotting but remains in beautiful displayable condition (see photos). It has sharp crisp colors and a wonderful graphic of a flying crow attempting to land until he is unassumingly repelled by Stanley's Crow Repellent. Text on the can say this 8 oz. container has enought product for "1 bushel of shelled corn". The last photo shown here is an ad from the March, 1922 edition of the Roanoke-Chowan Times (N.C.) Newspaper.
Circa: 1920's - 1930's, dimensions, 4" tall x 2 1/2" diameter
Circa: 1920's, 1930's Stanley's Crow Repellent 8 oz. Litho Advertising Tin