This little pint size wax coated carton was probably never filled with milk. It is called a Kidde Bank and has a punch out slot to put your coins in. It is covered with lots of fun drawings of Palmer Cox type brownies, circus animals, a teddy bear, clown, a roly-poly and toy soldiers. The Kidde Bank was Compliments of Pet Dairy Products Company and it has little reminders for Mom to buy more pet milk. Stamped across the top edge is Knoxville-2. It's a Prue-Pak from the Ex-Cell-O Corp. of Detroit, Mich. with patents by Dairypak Butler, Inc. of Clevland, Ohio. This probably dates around 1955.
Overall the condition is good on this carton but there is a puncture on the panel with the Brownies and a small one on the bottom. It measures about 2 7/8" square and 3 1/2" high.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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