Very rare vintage Huntley & Palmers tin. According the description of the same tin featured on the website of Reading Museum, it was made circa 1941. This large rectangular tin has an oval portrait on the lid which is a copy of a famous portrait by Sir Henry Raeburn. The portrait is surrounded by a tapestry style design with pink roses and an ornate gold surround. Gold colour bottom with embossed text "Huntley & Palmers Biscuits Reading & London England".Size 21.5 x 26 x 8 cm. The tin has a few scratches, a small dent on the bottom edge, and some signs of. Inside, but overall it is a good condition for its age and looks very pretty. This item is in the category "Collectables\Advertising Collectables\Food Advertising\Tins".
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