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A rare antique lidded tin pail with unusual side handles. It probably was originally a part of a miner's lunch pail set or a camping cooking kit; the handles fold in against the body to allow for easy storage inside another piece. The pail has the dark tone typical for old tin and the seams are soldered in a lighter silvery tone. It's likely from the 1800s and is very similar in style to the lunch pails and berry buckets from that time. The tin has quite a bit of wear as you'd expect from its age – minor dents and dings, some rust, and one of the handles doesn't fold as freely as the other. A truly unique piece.

The tin measures about 4" in diameter and 4" high with the lid. The handles are about 2.75" long.

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Domestic – This item ships by USPS Parcel Select, which usually takes about 7-9 days to most states. Shipments to Hawaii or Alaska may take significantly longer.

International – This item ships by USPS First Class International with insurance, which may take anywhere from 2 to 6+ weeks to arrive, depending on the destination.

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