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Red Boy Toffee Tin by Wilkins England 6 inches diameter

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$10.00
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Item details

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Material
Metal
Country of Manufacture
United Kingdom
Condition
Used

More about this item

  • Lovely vintage toffee tin Red Boy Toffees made by Wilkins in England
  • Weight stated in oz so this is from before Britain went metric in 1965
  • In very nice condition. No rust anywhere. The top is virtually untouched
  • There is some wear along the sides where you would grip to pull the lid off.

 

SHIPPING WITHIN CANADA: under 500 grams 

SHIPPING INTERNATIONALLY: TBD

 

 

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More than a week ago
Item number

69582431

Priced $10.00. Categorized under Collectibles >> Metalware >> Tin. Material: Metal, Country of Manufacture: United Kingdom, Condition: Used. Lovely vintage tofe tin Red Boy Tofes made by Wilkins in England Weight stated in oz so this is from before Britain went metric in 1965 In very nice condition. No rust anywhere. The top is virtualy untouched There is some wea.