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Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers

Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers
Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers
Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers
Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers
Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers
Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers
Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers

Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers
Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding "Screen" Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers Vintage Advertising Biscuit canister, Oriental Asian Bird Geisha, Decorative Kitchen D├ęcor storage, Figural, Victorian, Edwardian. 1913 "Screen" Biscuit Tin, Huntley Palmer. Beautiful, graphic antique biscuit tin in the shape of an oriental folding screen. This would look great for storage on your vanity as a jewelry/trinket box or on display! Made in 1913 by the esteemed Huntley & Palmers this tin, named "Screen" is a very fine and sturdy example of the figural / representational biscuit tins. It has the appearance of a Japanese painted and lacquered screen with hinged lid and latch. 7.5"x4.5"x4. See pics for wear, this tin is in good antique condition for being over 100 years old! But there are some scratches on the surface of the tin, also some surface oxidation, wear and patina.

I'm only able to publish 5 photos on Etsy, so feel free to convo me for more pics! Huntley & Palmers was founded in 1822 by Joseph Huntley as J. Initially the business was a small biscuit baker and confectioner shop at number 119 London Street.

Because the biscuits were vulnerable to breakage on the coach journey, he started putting them in metal tins. Out of this innovation grew two businesses: Joseph's biscuit shop that was to become Huntley & Palmers, and Huntley, Boorne and Stevens, a firm of biscuit tin manufacturers founded by his younger son, also called Joseph. Another important part of their success was their ability to send biscuits all over the world, perfectly preserved in locally produced, elaborately decorated, and highly collectable biscuit tins. The tins proved to be a powerful marketing tool, and under their easily recognizable image Huntley & Palmers biscuits came to symbolise the commercial power and reach of the British Empire in the same way that Coca-Cola did for the United States. The tins found their way as far abroad as the heart of Africa and the mountains of Tibet; the company even provided biscuits to Captain Scott during his 1910 expedition to the South Pole. During the First World War they produced biscuits for the war effort and devoted their tin-making resources to making cases for artillery shells. In 1970, following the merger of the Scottish biscuit companies, Crawford's, McVities and McFarlane Lang and in order to respond to that market competition, the 3 main English biscuit manufacturers, Huntley & Palmers, Peek Frean and Jacobs amalgamated together as Associated Biscuits. I have LOTS of advertising tins and decorative tins in my shop!

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My items are vintage or antiques and have signs of aging, wear or flaws and imperfections. Fading, patina, oxidation, scratches and dings are common for antique tins.

I have done my best to take bright, sharp pictures, so please examine them closely to view inevitable scratches or imperfections, although I try to note major dents, cracks or chips. NEED IT IN A HURRY? Just let me know your zip code and I can adjust the cost accordingly. Just make sure the address you provide is correct. I hope you love your new treasure and look forward to you coming back soon. Please take a minute to leave a positive review. If you plan to give me negative a negative review, please write to me immediately so that I can do my best to resolve your problem.

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Ll see my new additions. I shop here all the time! The item "Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers" is in sale since Wednesday, March 11, 2020. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Tins".

The seller is "wondercabinetvintage" and is located in Tarpon Springs, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.


Rare Antique 1913 Japanese Folding Screen Tin Litho Box, Huntley & Palmers