This is an usual look in a Huntley & Palmer's Biscuit tin. The colors are green and red-orange made to resemble simulated leather. The tin measures 6 1/2" square and 2 1/2" deep. There is a catch on the front and a handle on the lid. The lid is hinged. The tin is named "Jewel Case". It was made in 1905 by Huntley Boorne & Stevens. There was another tin made the previous year in a similar shape, "Buhl". This one does have lots of wear and some minor dents.
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