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So many Victorian items have horseshoe images. The horse shoe was (and still is) a symbol of good luck. The biscuit tin makers used this image as well. This tin has a faux lizard skin finish. The lid has the horse shoe image embossed. The tin was issued by the Peek Frean Biscuit Co. circa 1900. It is a relatively small tin measuring 6 1/2" x 5 1/2" x 2". The lid is hinged. The bottom is marked with the Peek Frean logo. Other than some wear to the finish, the tin is in very good condition.
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Circa 1900 British Biscuit Tin HORSE SHOE Peek Frean
$47 USD SOLD
Variety: Of Antiques & Collectibles. Pottery, China,- Pottery. Tins, Boxes, Paintings, Prints
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