This tin was released circa 1910. The tin is made to resemble Wedgwood Jasperware with the blue background, and embossed white images. It is shaped like a casket box, measuring 9 1/4" x 3" x 4". The bottom is marked William Crawford & Sons, Ltd. Biscuit Manufacturers, Edinburgh, Liverpool & London Great Britain. It has 4 decorative ornate feet. There is wear to the lithograph, especially one spot on the front edge of the lid. The lid is hinged. Other than the one spot, it is in very good condition.
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