Vintage 1950's Snow Drop Mints Tin - E.G. Whitman & Co Philadephia - 6oz Size
Mints that melt in your mouth. Snow white, fresh and creamy, they're perfect for an after-dinner taste treat. (1948 Marketing Campaign, E.G. Whitman & Co.)
Fresh from the 1950's, this bright and cheery watermelon green Snow Drop Mints tin originally housed after-dinner mints made by E.G. Whitman & Company in Philadelphia. Popular during the 1940's and 1950's, snowdrop mints were made with just three ingredients - sugar, peppermint oil and cream of tartar. Packaged in a jaunty little tin with floating mints this canister has lost none of its appeal 60 years later. Now they make charming petite storage containers for your kitchen odds and ends.
- 1950's graphics
- Secure fitting lid
- 6 oz size
- No holes
There are a few small spots of rust on the lid and on the underside of the base. Otherwise in wonderful vintage condition with bright crisp graphics and clean interior.
Measures 3" inches tall x 3.5" inches (diameter)