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VINTAGE GRAY DUNN SCOTLAND BISCUITS TIN with RARE Japanese Geisha Floral Decoration: Only $11.99

VINTAGE GRAY DUNN SCOTLAND BISCUITS TIN with RARE Japanese Geisha Floral Decoration: ONLY $11.99!


This really nice hard to find vintage original lithograph rectangular like lidded storage tin was originally made to hold
GRAY DUNN SCOTLAND Gray and Dunn’s traditional biscuits and caramel wafers (eventually merged with Rowntree),
and is clearly labelled made by GRAY DUNN and is made in Glasgow SCOTLAND.
I am not sure of the the exact year or manufacture of this tin, but GRAY DUNN SCOTLAND merged with
Rowntree in 1978 so this is a cool tin mostly like from the late 1960's to real early 1970's.
The tin measures approximately 5 7/8 (15 cm) inches in length, 5 7/8 inches (15 cm) in width and 3 1/4 inches in depth (10 cm).
The tin is predominantly decorated with beautiful yellow, cream, gold and black lithograph colouring on all 4 of the side panels and
the upper lid has a beautiful lithograph of Japanese Geisha Women and wonderful Japanese Orchids and Flowers.
Overall, this rare old tin is gently used but remains in excellent condition.
It is very clean on the inside and the outside, and it has nice bold
original lithographs with some minor no signs of wear with a few minor scratches.
it does have some minor wear around the edges under the upper lid from use.
Both the lid and side panels are both in terrific shape and it displays beautifully with a nice gleam.
The Bottom of the TIN even has the original paper photo sticker of the biscuits included inside.
This is a great gem for lithograph tin collectors and for also bakers looking for that perfect gift storage tin.
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