Antqiue Tin Bread Box Pie Safe Kreamer Style

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  • Item Category: Furniture & Furnishings
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Sep 15,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

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Kreamer Style Bread & Cake Tin Box
(I couldn't find the company logo, but it is very similar to Kreamers)

This tin antique KreamerWare Style bread box is a superb color and the "BREAD & CAKE" lithograph on the front can still be seen through the patina. It is 12"h x 16" w x 11 1/2" deep. T are two fancy metal handles on the sides. T is a lockable hasp on the front, but no lock. The finish at one time was made to look like copper or brass but it is steel (tin). On the upper right hand corner t is some paint loss. Maybe someone at one time was trying to take the paint off, but thank goodness they did not get very far. It is not scratched and the original outline of the paint can still be seen. The inside has some surface rust but could be cleaned. T are three small holes on the bottom that looks like someone may have set it down on rocks? or something. This is a real beauty for its age. I am selling this in "as found" condition so the buyer receives it in as original condition as possible.

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