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2 Vintage Aspirin Tins, 1920s

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These 2 vintage aspirin tins will be perfect for your epically vintage headaches. Or, on display in your vintage bathroom. They will be a neat addition to any vintage pharmaceutical collection.

I've never seen either of these, and am particularly tickled by their disparate sizes.

The large one is from the Nyal Aspirin Co., which was based in my birthplace of Detroit, Michigan. It measures nearly 4" wide, and 1.75" wide, and slides open. Personally, I'd use it as a business-card holder—if I ever remembered to carry business cards. It's a bit beat up, but considering its age, is still adorable. If you're suffering from neuralgia, this just might be your tin.

The teeny one is from the Real-Relief Aspirin Co., from Hopkinsville, Kentucky. It's one of their "Realeef" tins, and originally contained 6 pills for 5¢. The tin measures a teeny 1.5" x 1". There's a bit of red on the back of this tin (looks like nail polish), but most of it is legible.

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2 Vintage Aspirin Tins, 1920s