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Lonca Caramels Tin Early 1930s

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Lonca Caramels Tin Early 1930s

Early 1930s Caramel Tin for Lonca which comes from London Caramel Works. This Art Deco Confectionery Tin Box has a great design on the lid: a baroque style litho of a waitress who presents Tonca caramels to the marquis and marquise. Do notice that Lonca is here still written with a ” C “, later in the 1930s Lonca changes to Lonka. Lonca sweets is a Dutch brand which started in Breda in 1920, and opened a second factory in Belgium in 1930 in Esschen.

Specifications Lonca - Lonka Confectionery Tin

Dimensions: L 28 x D 17 x H 3 cm
Origin: Belgium  ( The Netherlands )
Period: Early 1930s
Materials: Metal
Condition: Photos are part of the description

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