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SOLD Advertising Tin New York 1932 For Countess Cookies
SOLD Many More to Choose From Mint Countess Cookie advertising tin, Please read the full description, baked by Bond Bakers, a division of General Baking Co., New York. Lithographed tin is dated G.B. Co., 1932. One pound size tin is 6 1/2" tall, 5" diameter, empty, it has been cleaned and waxed. NO rust, NO dents, some minor scratches. Exceptional graphics around the tin feature children at play; sailing a pond boat, football, baseball, riding a tricycle, spinning a top. Colors are sharp, clear and bright. Tin has original slip lid. You will probably have a bit of difficulty finding one of these in any condition. See photos.
At Drury House Antiques we are offering over 500 Advertising Tins & Signs, Over 100 Advertising Signs,150 Tobacco Tins, Cigar tins, 32 Coffee tins & Tea Tins & 30 Wood Advertising Boxes, Advertising Clocks and Hand Held Advertising Fans Listed for sale. If you are just decorating and don't mind overpaying for dirty, Rusty, Dented, Torn Labels, Missing original lids, you will have plenty to choose from at online auction sites. That is OK as long as you are not paying more than $5 for rust buckets. The VALUE in advertising items is CONDITION, CONDITION, CONDITION. We only sell pristine, original, excellent quality advertising items priced well below the book and wholesale price.
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