This old tin was once filled with 47 Flesh colored Medicated Plastic Bandages. It has a picture of the different shapes and sizes that were originally in this now empty tin. The “Ouchless” bandaid had a Telfa pad that wouldn’t pull off healing skin. The tin has a rear hinged lid which has the original price of 69 cents stamped on it. This Curity Product was from The Kendall Company Bauer & Black Division of Chicago. This is probably from the late 1960’s since “Use before January 1971” is printed on one side panel.
The empty tin measures about 4” high by 3 ½” wide by 1 ½” deep and it is in nice condition with minor wear. It has good gloss and generally minimal scuff and scratch wear.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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