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1940s Parein Biscuits Tin, Moneybank Farmhouse, Belgium

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1940s Parein Biscuits Tin, Moneybank Farmhouse, Belgium

1940s Lithographic Biscuit Tin of the Belgian Biscuit Company Parein. This large Company was located in Antwerp, Belgium. The Biscuit Tin was made in the shape of a Farmhouse and can also be used as a Moneybank , Piggy Bank or Storage Box. The great Design with the Parein VW Samba – Split Window Bus was done by L.Ruymen ; who has marked his initials in the house number. This  Antique Tin Farmhouse Shaped has a thatched roof with lots of beautiful detailed scenes. No Key with it.

Specifications Parein Biscuit Tin Box

Dimensions: L 20 x D 14 x H 13 cm
Origin: Belgium
Period: 1940s
Materials: Metal - Tin
Condition: Photos are part of the description

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