The name on this biscuit tin is a little curious until you know that a china ink pot came with the tin. Once the biscuits were gone it would serve as a pen holder. The pens and ink pot are no longer with it. The sad part is that the hunting image on top of the tin is nearly completely gone. The bottom has a lovely finish. It appears the clasp has a piece missing as well. This is the first time I have owned this tin.
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The heat is on here in Texas. Today was "stifling". A good day to stay indoors and shop.