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Fantastic vintage biscuit tin made by Loose Wiles Biscuit Company, early to mid 1900's. Tin measures 9" long, by 8 1/2" wide, and is 5 1/2" tall; lid fits securely. One side has crusty character, and the bottom is slightly dented in one corner (see pictures for reference); these blemishes add to its historic and visual charm. Bottom interior is stamped with name and manufacturer.

Loose-Wiles Biscuit Company was the second largest manufacturer of crackers in the United States in 1912, with factories in Kansas City, Missouri, Boston, Massachusetts, Chicago, Illinois, Omaha, Nebraska, Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Dallas. In 1946, the company's stockholders approved a change of name to Sunshine Biscuits, Inc, which still exists today and makes my favorite crackers, Cheez-Its.

Vintage Metal Box Sunshine Specialties Biscuit Tin

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: metal, tin
  • Feedback: 38 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Rhode Island, United States.
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