ANTIQUE / VINTAGE TIN AND OTHER ADVERTISING ARTICLES, LOT OF NINE, comprising a lithographed cardboard pencil box by Joseph Dixon Crucible Co. of New Jersey with Palmer Cox's Brownies-type figures to top and holding six colored pencils, a Rockwood's Chocolate Flavor Syrup/Cocoa paper signal and code dial, two Cracker Jack miniature lithographed tin toys, a W. T. Wright pure cream cardboard container, a Brer Rabbit Molasses tin can, a Droste's Cocoa free sample lithographed tin, and two coin banks for Buster Brown mustard and Patton's sun-proof liquid paints. First half/mid 20th century. Various sizes.
Each with expected wear and other imperfections including flakes, worn spots, discoloration, denting, and/or corrosion; cardboard/paper pieces with some creases and tears; Buster Brown mustard bank with scattered puncture holes; other bank missing base.
Provenance: The Jack and Tommie Marsh collection, Columbia, SC.