Edwards Soup advertising tin, 4" tall, 2 1/8" diameter, embossed metal lid, lift off lid, shrink wrapped for protection, colorful paper label with trademark logo on the front, ingredients printed on one side and directions for use on the other. Edwards (Ed's) soup was first introduced in 1888 and was a food staple in most kitchens at the turn of the century. The product was produced by Fred k. King & Co. Ltd. of London and Belfast. Original net weight was 4 oz container and the retail price was 10 1/2d. Displays well, see photos.
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