Up for sale is a vintage Mulford Mints tin in the Wintergreens flavor. These mints were made by by the H.K. Mulford Co. in Philadelphia, PA in the early 1900s. The company also made other flavors like plain mint, and violet. It features writing on all sides, including the PA Keystone symbol on the ends. The tin would look great as a piece of home décor along with other advertising tins, or even with other small collectibles.
It is in great vintage condition for its age, with normal signs of wear and some scratching from actual use. The lid does come off and the inside is in great condition as well.
Measures just under 3 inches long, 0.75 inches wide, and 0.75 inches tall.
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I was blown away by how carefully these bottles were packaged! The seller took great care to ensure they would arrive intact. I would definitely purchase from this seller again.
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