VINTAGE, Huntley & Palmers, QUEEN ELIZABETH II, Biscuit Tin,
Commemorating, "Princess Elizabeth", reviewing the troops at the changing of the Grenadier Guards, 1947.
Huntley & Palmers, pioneered the use of metal tins with inventive designs. Huntley & Palmers, was founded by Joseph Huntley in 1822, as J Huntley & Son. In 1841, Thomas Huntley took on a partner, George Palmer. Originally based in Reading, Berkshire. They became biscuit makers to the British Royal Family and in 1865, expanded into the European Continent. In 1900, Huntley & Palmers was the worlds largest biscuit firm.
Measures 12 " x 8 " x 2 1/2 "
Condition ~ Scratches to the face of the tin - Please view all pictures as they are part of the description.