I have a second example of this tin previously listed. . It is quite early It was made in 1899 by Huntley Boone & Stevens. Measures 5.4" square and 3.75" deep. The images on the lid and side are embossed. The tin is named WITH DOG & GUN. The images are woods scenes with hunters and their dogs. The border has red roses. The bottom is marked Huntley & Palmers Biscuits Reading & London. This shape tin was used for three other tins: AFRICAN, NAVY, CANADIAN. There is oxidation, but the colors are still quite vivid.