Vintage 1920s-30s tin match safe that has pre drilled holes for hanging on the wall, and a striker surface on the bottom. This was given away as an advertising promotion, "Compliments of Harry Decker, The Big Progressive Dry Goods House of the South Side". Clocks and suits were a specialty! The tin was made by the W.F. Smith Co. This tin stick match holder is black and silver, and measures 4.5 inches tall by 3 inches wide. I've included several photos to best show condition. As you can see, it does show some wear.
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