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       Maker’s Mark story

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   Corning Ware Blog

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  Gay Fad Era
  Gay Fad Blog


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   1940s Glasses
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   2010-present Glasses
   Super Rare Glasses
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   Shots & Jiggers
Kentucky Derby Festival

Kitchen Stuff
  Anchor Hocking
  Cast Iron Cookware
     The Griswold story
  Coffee Mugs
  Coffee Pots, etc.
  Kitchen Gadgets
  Salts & Peppers
  Spoon Rests
  Vintage Glass


Lamps & Lighting

Louisville Stoneware
  Julep Glasses
  Cool Stuff


  Cast Iron
  Silver Plate
  Sterling Silver
  Tins & Tinware
   Advertising Tins
   Other Tins, etc.

Mexico Treasures
  Folk Art

   JM Talbot


Native Americana
  Hopi Kachinas
  Virgil Long Kachina
  Hopi Rattles


Office Stuff


Preakness Stakes glasses

Porcelain & Pottery
     Six Degrees of Separation
  Art Pottery


Singer Sewing


  Sheets, etc.

  Trading Cards


Useful Stuff


  Viewers & boxes
  3-reel sets
   Cities & States - US
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   Cities - US
   Flowers & Plants
   National Parks - US
   States - US
   Travel - US
   Travel - International
   TV / Movies
  Collector reels
  Out of Print reels
  View-Master Story
   Glory Years



Advertising Tins

Corsets & Co. tin

This oval Corsets & Co. tin is 4-3/8" x 3" x 5-1/4" tall. Colorful graphic front and back features a boy standing on a stepstool pouring water out of a large watering can onto two kids and a dog taking refuge under a big umbrella. Printing says “Corsets & Co., Norwich England.” Great vintage condition with a few tiny dings and scratches, but no rust. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $12.50 + s/h


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Dickinson’s Witch Hazel tin

This 3-1/2" square x 3-7/8" tall tin has a separate illustration on each side. One is a lady with a rather elaborate 1920's hairdo and wide headband and proclaims “Witch Hazel Removes Odors, Perspiration or Body,” underneath which is “The E. E. Dickinson Co., Essex, Conn.” Another is a red-costumed witch in front of a bubbling cauldron in the middle of a forest and says “Witchal, From the Woods to Relieve Pain.” A third shows a very clean-shaven young man and says “Witch Hazel After Shaving, Heals Cuts and Rough Skin,” and the fourth exhorts you to “Try a Dickinson Witch Hazel Steam.” Lid carries the Dickinson’s logo. Bottom is stamped “The Tin Box Company of America, Inc., Farmingdale, N.Y. 11735, © Trademark of EE Dickinson Company, Used under License, Made in China.” Great condition with no rust or dents, but a tiny pinprick ding on the bottom. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $12.50 + s/h


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Dundee Confectionery tin

This 3-1/2" diameter x 6-3/8" tall tin has a crackled exterior and features a lovely pastel drawing of a rather pensive looking lady with flowers in her hair, underneath which is “Dundee Confectionery.” Lid has the same lady. Great vintage condition with no dents or dings and just a hint of rust at bottom edge of tin. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $12.50 + s/h


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Estieu Biscuits tin

This 3-1/2" diameter x 6-5/8" tall French biscuit tin features two clowns and a prancing poodle front and back. Advertising message says “Biscuits, M. & J. Estieu” and “Specialement Recommandes: Le Tour du Monde & Le Petit Beurre.” Hope your French is much better than mine so you’ll know what that means! Great vintage condition with no rusting and a few small dings visible only on the interior. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $12.50 + s/h


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Ferry-Morse tin canister

This is a beautiful old Ferry-Morse tin canister with a hinged lid. Dexter Mason Ferry (1833-1907) established a seed company (Gardner, Ferry & Church) in 1856 with two partners. When the partners retired, he changed the company name to D. M. Ferry & Co. The company merged with C. C. Morse Company, a California-based seed company, in 1930 to become the Ferry-Morse Seed Company. They relocated to Kentucky in 1959 and are still in business today. This vintage octagonal tin canister is 4" x 4" and stands 6-1/4" tall. Each side shows a different full-color seed packet, three from D. M. Ferry & Co. and one from Ferry-Morse Seed Co. The hinged lid says “Ferry-Morse Seed Co.” around a large bouquet of flowers that’s a close-up of the flower arrangement pictured on the seed packet on the front of the tin. Excellent condition with no dings, dents, or rust. Lid closes tightly and securely. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $20.00 + s/h


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Grandma’s Best Cookies tin

The lid of this 7-3/4" x 6" x 3" tall tin pictures Grandma in a long dress and apron standing in front of her old coal stove offering a plate of cookies to her three grandchildren while the dog and cat look on. Advertising says “Grandma’s Best Cookies, Baked with loving care.” Wraparound graphics on all four sides of the tin show kitchen canisters, bowls, gadgets, and implements, plus a flour sack, eggs, and a milkcan. Tin carries its original label saying “The Nostalgia Collection © Keller Charles of Philadelphia, Made in Hong Kong.” Great condition with a couple of small shallow dings on the lid visible only from the inside and scuffing on the tin’s interior bottom. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $12.50 + s/h


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Heinz’s Blackberry Jelly tin

This colorful Heinz’s blackberry jelly tin is 4-1/8" x 3-1/8" x 2-3/8" high. Lid graphic is of a fruit medley and says “Heinz’s Blackberry.” The tin’s two sides feature the same fruit medley, this time saying “Heinz’s Blackberry Jelly,” plus a circular logo saying “Keystone Brand, H. J. Heinz Co., Pittsburgh, PA, Keystone Pickling & Preserving Works.” The two ends have larger versions of the circular logo. Tin bottom is stamped “The Tin Box Company of America, Inc., Farmingdale, N.Y. 11735, © 1983 H.G. Heinz Company, Owner of the Trademarks, Made in China.” Great vintage condition with a couple of tiny dings and scratches and slight rusting at the bottom edges. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 + s/h


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Hershey’s Kisses happy face tin

This way cool Hershey’s Kisses tin has a happy personality all his own. He stands 7" tall on his two blue and white plastic tennis shoes and measures 6-1/2" across at his outstretched white plastic gloves. His hands rotate a full 360 degrees and his feet swivel several degrees in either direction. His body (the tin container) is the classic Hershey’s Kiss triangular shape and measures 5" wide x 5" tall x 2-3/4" deep when lidded. His happy face, with painted blue eyes and red mouth, is on the sculptured tin lid that pulls off to reveal the 2" deep container that retains its original sticker on the back. Very good condition with a few minor scratches on the tin. What kid wouldn’t love to receive this little guy as a gift – especially if you fill it with yummy Hershey’s Kisses! (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 + s/h


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Hershey’s Coca tin

The lid of this 4-1/4" x 4-1/4" x 4-1/4" tall tin says “Hershey’s Coca.” Three panels feature a young child popping out of a large cocoa bean and holding a steaming cup of cocoa. The fourth panel tells all about Hershey’s Cocoa and gives directions for making the perfect cup of cocoa. Tin bottom retains its original Bristol Ware paper label. Great condition with no dents or dings and only a hint of rust at the top and bottom edges of the tin. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h


  only 1 available


Hershey’s Pure Milk Chocolate tin

This 6" square x 2-7/8" tall Hershey’s tin originally held eight Hershey’s Pure Milk Chocolate Bars. How do I know? Because the tin still has its intact inner plastic lining and someone went to a great deal of effort to carefully slide the gold foil wrapped bars out of their brown outer wrappers and just as carefully refold the foil and put it back in the wrappers after they ate the chocolate bars. Every one of the eight empty wrappers is in pristine condition! Lid says “Hershey’s Pure Milk Chocolate” and features a lady in a long old-fashioned white uniform, with chef’s hat and high-topped black boots, holding a box of Hershey’s Chocolates in front of an industrial complex that presumably represents the Hershey factory in Hershey, PA. All for side panels carry the same words. Black printing on tin bottom says “Vintage Edition #2. The Hershey Girl, featured on the canister lid, appeared in a variety of promotional materials beginning around 1915. The nostalgic wrapper packed inside this canister is representative of the style used in the early 1900's. Although this product is made using the most current manufacturing methods, the delicious taste of a Hershey’s bar has remained virtually unchanged from Mr. Hershey’s original recipe. The genuine bears this signature M.S. Hershey.” Great condition with no dents or dings, one small scratch on the lid, and slight rusting at the bottom edges of the tin and lid. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h


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Large Hershey’s Kisses tin

This 4-1/4" diameter x 6" tall tin features a wrap-around drawing of “The Hotel Hershey, Hershey, Penna., Circia 1934,” complete with hotel guests enjoying the gardens and a lake with two swans. Back tells about The Hotel Hershey, whose formal opening took place on May 30, 1933. Lid says “Hershey’s Kisses.” Tin bottom is stamped “Hershey’s Hometown Series, Canister #9, Made in U.S.A., © 1992 Hershey Foods Corporation.” Great condition with a few small dings visible only inside and some rusting on the bottom edge of the lid. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h


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Hershey’s Kisses tin

The lid of this 3-5/8" diameter x 1" tall features a young girl feeding a Hershey’s Kiss to a young boy and says “Hershey’s, A Kiss for You” above and “Milk Chocolate Kisses” below. Bristolware label on bottom indicating that this tin was made in 1993. Perfect condition with no dents, dings, or rust. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $10.00 + s/h


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Hershey’s Milk Chocolate tin

This 4-1/4" diameter x 5" tall tin originally held Hershey’s Milk Chocolate. Front and back feature a large cow and says “Hershey’s Milk Chocolate, Made on the Farm, Hershey PA.” Sides have an old-fashioned milk can. Lid also says “Hershey’s Milk Chocolate, Hershey PA.” Bristolware label on tin bottom indicates that this tin was manufactured in 1994. Great condition with no dents, dings, or rust. (Click on picture for more images.) Tell a friend.

Price: $15.00 + s/h


  only 1 available


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