Biscuit tins from Marks & Spencer and McVitie's commemorating the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II
Mackintosh's Carnival Assortment toffees from about 1930
Carr's glass topped lid for the old standard sized loose biscuit tin
CLOCKWISE FROM ABOVE:-
Golden Syrup Tins from Tate & Lyle commemorating the Diamond Jubilee and Ninetieth Birthday of Queen Elizabeth II, and a special Christmas tin.
After Eight and Toblerone tins
Rowntrees Dairy Box tin fron the late 1930s and a great 1950s design on a tin by Sharp's, at one time the world's largest toffee manufacturer.
BOXES AND CARTONS
A pre-World War I Cadbury's Chocolate Biscuit box
Four Cadbury's Drinking Chocolate cartons showing style changes in the last 20 years.
ABOVE:- A Terry's Milk Chocolate Assortment from the 1980s called 'le BOX' shown closed and opened.
RIGHT:- Some boxes from the 1950s containing: Pyrex Tumbler; Ink Eradicator; Nut Cracker and Lott's Chemistry Set chemicals.
The bottle of ECLIPSE Black Lemonade was a special edition produced by Panda Pops.
The limited edition ECLIPSE Biscuits were made by Furniss of Cornwall
BRITAIN IN PICTURES
In 1941 the publishers, Collins, started to produce a series of books called Britain in Pictures. They were designed as morale boosters and covered a wide variety of subjcts. 132 were produced and were easily recognised by their distictive covers.