Fry's Cocoa Extract tin, 6" tall, 3" square, colorful Art Nouveau floral four sided decoration also the same pattern is on the top and the lid. Gold is still bright , minimal wear for a circa 1870 – 1880 tin. The bottom of the tin, shown in photos, has directions for making a cup of cocoa. NO dings or dents to the tin. J. S. Fry & Sons was established in 1822 and was the largest British producer and chocolate company. In 1919 it changed its name to the British Cocoa and Chocolate Co. We have another early Fry Cocoa tin with Egyptian theme decoration listed. See photo of other cocoa tins we are selling. To purchase with MC or VISA please call Drury House Antiques 802-824-4395 EST or use PAYPAL
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 at Drury House Antiques. To see them all go to any Drury House Item and do a search for ADVERTISING. 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 $10 for rust buckets. We only sell pristine, original, excellent quality advertising items priced well below the book and wholesale price.