TIN CONTAINER, PATENTED 1851

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Item Code: 665-16

Tin container with lid is maker marked, “BLISS’ PATENT 1851”, which was for Alfred Bliss of Newark, New Jersey. Tin has soldered seams. This type of container was mostly used for storage of tea and coffee.

Measures 7 ½” tall x 3 ½’ at the base. Much of the paint has worn off. Can is solid with one slight dent. Light surface rust is present in areas. [sl]

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