Metal – Copper,Brass,Tin,Pewter,Iron

LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a blue lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 5.25" tall and 5" diameter. The front lettering reads "Kettle rendered Warrented Pure Lard Geo L. Williams  Slatendale, Pa. with a picture of a pig on top."   It is all metal,  blue with black lettering, gold lid. It is excellent condition, all seams are tight with honest wear.

# JRG 38

$59.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a red lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 5.25" tall and 5" diameter. The front lettering reads "Home Rendered Lard  H.C.Kehler Locust Dale, Pa."   It is all metal,  red with black lettering, gold lid. It is excellent condition, all seams are tight with honest wear.

# JRG 36

$53.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a blue lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 6" tall and 5.25" diameter. The front lettering reads "Kettle Rendered Lard  F.L. Winner  Lock Haven, Pa."   It is all metal, blue & red with blue lettering, gold lid. It is excellent condition, all seams are tight with honest wear.

# JRG 35

$65.00


16 TUBE TIN CANDLE MOLD

In the 18-19th centuries, candles or lamps that burned oil lighted the entire community. Candles were made from bayberry, beeswax, fats or oils derived from whales or animals. Many candles were hand dipped, but in 1700, a few well equipped homes had candle molds. The mold had from one to 72 tin tubes, each with a narrow end. A frame held the tubes upright. A string (wick) was threaded into each tube, and the melted tallow was poured into the mold to harden. The mold gave a uniformity to the candle while saving the time of hand dipping.


We are offering a 16 tube tin antique candle mold with wick holes on the bottom and a carry handle on the back with support bar. The mold stands on a raised pedestal. The gray tin has aged to a wonderful patina. All welds are sound with intact seams. The entire piece is whole -no dents or dings which is exceptional.


The dimensions are 10"T, 11"W, 3"D .  This piece shows honest, minor wear and is in excellent condition.

# 323-4726

$123.00


6 TUBE TIN CANDLE MOLD

In the 18-19th centuries, candles or lamps that burned oil lighted the entire community. Candles were made from bayberry, beeswax, fats or oils derived from whales or animals. Many candles were hand dipped, but in 1700, a few well equipped homes had candle molds. The mold had from one to 72 tin tubes, each with a narrow end. A frame held the tubes upright. A string (wick) was threaded into each tube, and the melted tallow was poured into the mold to harden. The mold gave a uniformity to the candle while saving the time of hand dipping.


We are offering a 6 tube tin antique candle mold with wick holes on the bottom and a carry handle on the back. The mold stands on a raised pedestal. The gray tin has aged to a wonderful patina. All welds are sound with intact seams. The entire piece is whole -no dents or dings which is exceptional.


The dimensions are 9.25"T, 5"W, 3.5"D .  This piece shows honest, minor wear and is in excellent condition.

# 323-4727

$123.00


GENERAL STORE COFFEE TIN BIN

Red Star Coffee was founded in 1925 in New York by the R.H.Macy Co. The store's emblem, a red star,was inspired by the tattoo Macy got on his arm during his whaling days- a visual nod to the star that guided him when he was at sea. The company was founded in 1945.

At one time, Venezuela ranked close to Columbia in coffee production. The most admired Venezuela coffee comes from the far western corner of the country that boarders Columbia. Coffees from this area are called Maracaibos after the port through which they are shipped. The best known Maracaibo coffees are Cucuta, Merida, Trujillo, and Tachira.

We are offering a antique general store coffee bin of  Red Star Choice Roasted Maracaibo Coffee. This Tin has advertising outside front and back. The brand is painted in gold letters with red trim. There is a red star in the logo. It is clean inside, with tight seams. The top lid and bottom drawer both have tin loop pulls. 

All labels have moderate paint loss, with clear & bright colors with easy reading of contents. There are two dents on the top border that do not effect the function or appearance of the piece.

The measurements are 21"H, 13"D,13"W.  This bin shows honest wear and is in excellent condition. It would make a great addition to any room.




# DGB

$120.00


QUEEN QUALITY SALTED NUT TIN



Queen Quality Salted Nuts product was produced by the Lancaster Salted Nut Co, Lancaster, Pa. The company was founded in 1948 and remains active today.

We are offering a vintage  tin of Queen Quality Nuts from Lancaster Nut Co. This Tin has advertising outside, is clean inside, tight seams, no dents . All labels have minor paint loss, clear & bright colors with easy reading of contents. 


The measurements are 5.25"H, 8.5"D.  This measure shows minor honest wear and is in excellent condition.

# MCB 19149

$115.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a gold lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 5" tall and 5" diameter. The front lettering reads  "Pure Kettle Rendered Lard  H.B. Kerns  West Leesport, Pa. ". It is all metal, gold,gold label with black lettering, gold lid and a spotted pig on the front. It is in excellent condition, all seams are all tight with honest wear.

# JRG#29

$73.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a blue lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 4.75" tall and 4.75" diameter. The front lettering reads "Shamokin Packing Co.Pure Lard" with a picture of a native American on the top. It is all metal, blue,white label  with yellow and black lettering, blue lid. It is excellent condition, all seams are tight with honest wear.

# JRG#87

$95.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a red lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 5" tall and 5" diameter. The front lettering reads "Home Rendered Lard K. Trautman  Lebanon,Pa" with a picture of a pig on the top. It is all metal, red with black lettering, gold lid. It is excellent condition, all seams are tight with honest wear.

# JRG#59

$95.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a gold lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 6.25" tall and 6" diameter. The front lettering reads  "Pure Kettle Rendered Lard William F. Balthaser   Temple, Pa  ". It is all metal, gold,gold label with black lettering, gold lid and a spotted pig on the front. lid has minor paint loss. It is in good condition, all seams are all tight with honest wear.

# JRG#48

$38.00


LARD PAIL

Lard is fat from pigs, in both rendered and unrendered forms. It is a semi-soft white fat derived from the fatty parts of the pig with high saturated fat content and no trans fat. Most cuisines use lard as cooking fat or shortening. It is particularly favored for the preparation of pastry. During the 19th Century, lard was used similarly to butter in North America and Europe. It remained popular until the early 20th Century. By late 20th Century it began to be considered less healthy than vegetable oils. But today, it has made a comeback due to its low trans fat and unique culinary values.

With the advent of tin/metal cans, lard was sold in pails that advertised the butcher. Cans were quite colorful, had lids and bale handles. Soon they became collectable with many different motifs.

We are offering a gold lard pail with bale handle. Pail is 6.5" tall and 6" diameter. The front lettering reads  "Pure Lard  B.F. Worthington  Doylestown,Pa. ". It is all metal, gold, red label with pig in gold, black lettering, gold lid. The red label has been worn spot on upper left. It is good condition, all seams are all tight with moderate wear.

# JRG#44

$40.00


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