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Los Angele's Creamery Co. Can, with chain, top, and handle

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Posted 5 years ago


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We purchased this can this morning at a estate sale, it stands about 16" in height, and fairly heavy for its size.
Curious if anyone knows anything about the Los Angele's Creamery Co. and aproximate age this can would be.

Mystery Solved


  1. northwestrelics northwestrelics, 5 years ago
    Have added 2 more pictures to this post, if anyone has any info on Los Angele's Creamery Co, and the aprox. age of this can It would be much appreciated.
  2. walksoftly walksoftly, 5 years ago
    The president of the Company was a bit of a scoundrel, look up;
    George E. Platt, president of the Los Angeles Creamery
    Look for Los Angeles city directories from the era, they are a wealth of info.
  3. northwestrelics northwestrelics, 5 years ago
    In the last day or so, we have found info on the president of the comapany, seems he was shady character to say the least. But, what we are finding also is Los Angele's Creamery pieces are pretty rare to find.
  4. walksoftly walksoftly, 5 years ago
    The only thing better than a nice piece like this is a good story to go with it.
  5. northwestrelics northwestrelics, 5 years ago
    Very much so, its time consuming doing the reasearch, but also fun in finding the info!

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