One of the classic images of Old England is that of a fox hunt with the red coated riders on horses and the fox hounds. This Sharp"s Toffee tin has a Fox Hunt on the lid. However, the colors are not nearly as vivid as other tins I have had. The coats appear as yellow. Advertising is on all four sides and the bottom. Sharps, the word for Toffee. By appointment Suppliers of Confectionary to the Late King George VI. Made in England by Edward Sharp & Sons Ltd. of Maidstone Kent.. I measures 4" x 5 1/2" x 1 5/8". There is considerable wear, especially on the sides.