This tin has rounded angular corners and is embossed with a trefoil to the lid framing. The lid has a blacksmith with his horse. Underlying the trefoil is a horseshoe. The three sides have scenes of village life: 1) blacksmith, 2) two women and a man knocking on a door, and 3) a scene inside a church. The bottom is marked Huntley & Palmers Reading London Biscuit Manufacturers. The tin is 6" on a side and 4 1/4" tall. There is extensive oxidation, but the colors are still visible.
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