Imported from England, a tin of Jacob’s Cream Crackers was an expensive commodity in the past. As such, the tin wasn’t thrown away after the crackers were finished but kept for use as a storage container. The surface of the tin is the lid. In older versions, the design was printed on paper that is then pasted on the metal. The version here from the 1960s -70s has the design printed directly on the metal. Please enquire to rent or buy the older version
Jacob’s Cream Cracker tin
After finishing the contents of the Jacob’s Cream Cracker tin, many families would keep the metal container and use it to store small items such as sewing accessories, small tools, etc.
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