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Posted 7 years ago


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This is a Loose Wiles bisquit tin made by Sunshine bisquit company in New York. Iwas told this is the first print in a series.It has eight paneled vignettes.

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  1. Stephen, 6 years ago
    Hi just wondering if you had any offers or know the value of this tin?
  2. Jill, 6 years ago
    Hi.. I have the same tin, and i am looking to sell it. I need a price, as i've been given quite a few different values.

    Thanks for any help that anyone can give me!
  3. JoAnne Banas, 6 years ago
    I too have this exact tin and would like to know the value. If someone could forward me the value, I would greatly appreciate it. THANK YOU.
  4. scottvez scottvez, 6 years ago
    I suggest that you do an ebay search-- you will probably find several examples of this to get an idea of price.
  5. Lee Sayer, 6 years ago
    jerry; also check out Sunshine Bisquit Company-Saginaw Michigan
  6. Jill, 6 years ago
    I have searched, and searched... and come up with prices ranging from $30, to $17,000! (someone told me it HAD to be a mistake, but was from and "appraiser!") People in an eBay thread were saying not to even list it on there. So... I still dont know what to do...
  7. Jill, 6 years ago
    added: not to list it on eBay as it's worth too much, and you wont get what it's worth.

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