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Jacobs novelty biscuit tin in the form of a Chinese cabinet is for sale. The base to the tin reads:


“W. & R. Jacob & Co. Ltd.

Biscuit & Cake

Manufacturers”


This Jacobs biscuit tin is in the design of a two door front opening Chinese style cabinet, which has been highly lithographed.


This is a large tin that measures 5.50 inches (approx) in height, 6.50 inches (approx) in width, and 3.50 inches (approx) in depth.  This tin has a hinged lid.


There is some surface losses with white metal showing through, but overall this is a very attractive biscuit tin that will make a perfect addition for all biscuit tin collectors, tinplate toy collectors, or just as an unusual gift.

Price:   £75.00


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