Early SNOWDRIFT COCONUT Advertising Pantry Tin Hoboken, New Jersey

Early SNOWDRIFT COCONUT Advertising Pantry Tin Hoboken, New Jersey

Regular price $72.00


Product Description:  During the earlier 1900’s, this round tin was filled with Snowdrift Coconut Flakes which originated from Franklin Baker Division of General Foods Corp. in Hoboken, New Jersey. Now empty, it’s a wonderful Americana advertising collectible and nice storage piece.

Note:  Refer to “Condition” for additional information  

Circa: Early 1900s

Diameter: 12 ¼ inch
Height: 6 ½ inch

Weight: 1 pound 12 ounces

Material:  Tin-Metal, Paper

Origin:  United States, Hoboken, New Jersey

Brand: Snowdrift

Maker: Franklin Baker Division of General Foods Corporation

Original or Reproduction: Original

Condition:  Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and normal use. Age darkening on metal. Label shows wear as shown. It appears the lid once had a label which was later removed. Difference in age darkening.

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