We do not ship outside the U.S.A.
crafted tin cans circa 1850-1920. Labels are 1880-1920. Period tin cans.
are laser color copy reproductions. Excellent quality!
are made of tin plate, using hand powered antique equipment. We only use
lead free solder.
cans are of the 'hole-and-cap' design (bottom has relief for stacking).
They do not open.
CLICK HERE TO SEE "THE MAKING OF OUR CANS".
type of can was used from the mid 1850's until WWI.
pound can is about 4 1/4" x 3 3/8" (about 23 fluid ounces)
pound can is about 4 3/4" x 4 1/4" (about 32 fluid ounces)
are decorative only. The lids are soldered on.
cans have VERY PRETTY graphics on the back side too!! Both front and back
Click on picture to see a larger version. Tin Cans with paper
TRY to have 3-4 cans in stock at all times. If you need more than 3-4 of any
please give us time to make them up.
(Well that is not working! Almost all cans need to be made to order. A few
cans will take a few days, large orders will take longer.)
use experts to date the labels. When we can not get a dating, we make our
best guess from
the printing and type of label.
Any concerns, questions or problems...please
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