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Neherenia's loves9 of 35Nabisco Premium Saltine Crackers - 1969Some of My Collection on display
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    Posted 9 years ago

    cocacolaki…
    (132 items)

    These are my old tins. I probably love the hershey's cocoa tin, becasue it's pre 1900, and still has (whats left) the original label! I have two tobbaco tins, His Majesty's cigarette and Sweet Burley Tobbaco, date from the 1900's to the 1930's. I think??? I have a early 1900's campbell's Mock Turtle soup (ewww!) spice tin, and a axle grease tin made by Gulf refining Co. I love old tins because of the old lithograph art on them. I love that kinda printing.

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    1917 YUCATAN CHEWING GUM TIN LITHOGRAPH COUNTERTOP DISPLAY TIN COUNTRY STORE
    1917 YUCATAN CHEWING GUM TIN LITHOG...
    $153
    1917 ADAMS PEPSIN CHEWING GUM TIN LITHO COUNTERTOP DISPLAY TIN COUNTRY STORE
    1917 ADAMS PEPSIN CHEWING GUM TIN L...
    $111
    Antique c1910 SHAMOKIN Packing Co. PA Pure Lard Tin Can Pail Indian Chief
    Antique c1910 SHAMOKIN Packing Co. ...
    $76
    VINTAGE BLACK AMERICANA NIGGERHAIR TOBACCO TIN CAN GENERAL STORE SIGN AUNT JEMIM
    VINTAGE BLACK AMERICANA NIGGERHAIR ...
    $225
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    1917 YUCATAN CHEWING GUM TIN LITHOGRAPH COUNTERTOP DISPLAY TIN COUNTRY STORE
    1917 YUCATAN CHEWING GUM TIN LITHOG...
    $153
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    1. Chapeldreamer Chapeldreamer, 9 years ago
      What were the ingredients in the mock turtle soup?
    2. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 9 years ago
      Ya know, I have no idea. I'm going to look it up on the internet.
    3. Chapeldreamer Chapeldreamer, 9 years ago
      You don't have to look it up. I just thought it may have been on the label. I guess they didn't have to list ingredients back then. :)
    4. Elmore, 9 years ago
      Hi, how or where can I find value of antique tins or old tins. Are there collectors or dealers to contact?

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