You have to love the shapes and details of the early British tins. Many people collect tins shaped like houses. This one is a house and a bank. The top green roof has the advertisement for Sharps's Home Made Super-Kreem Toffee. There is a slot making it a bank. After the toffee is gone, the tin had a use teaching children to save their coins. The detail of the lithograph has two windows and an open door. The gentle man with bowler hat appears to be returning from work. A woman in apron has a pot in her hand. In tiny words on the back it reads "The kind that Mother made". The tin is small measuring 2" x 4 3/4" x 3". There are some scratches, but in very nice vintage condition.
Vintage British Toffee Tin, SHARP'S Home Made Super-Kreem Toffee