Singleton & Cole Victory
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09 Oct 2017 05:34 PM  

 Better example and info whould be appreciated.

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10 Oct 2017 02:46 PM  

 Hi Bevan,

Another nice tin, pity about condition. Singleton & Cole Ltd, were established in 1870 at 22/23, Mardol, Shrewsbury.  They eventually became wholesalers as well, with  branches around the country. The "Victory" brand was introduced in 1909 and other companies also used same brand name. I don't have a photo but have seen nice ones in other collections.

There is 1oz in the Griffith book on decorative tins. Page 71 or a forum member may post one.

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11 Oct 2017 12:21 PM  
As a relatively new collector, compared to many on this forum, the only tins of the rarer variety that can be sourced publically are of a lesser condition than found in more established collectors collections. Hence my desire to see what a good tin would look like. The 'show and tell' of tins on this forum is of considerable value to all newbie collectors, which I believe needs to be fostered for the continuance of the hobby.

So thanks again Bacco for your continued support in this respect......
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15 Oct 2017 03:49 PM  

 Hi Bevand,

Have posted picture of the "Victory" tin.

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18 Oct 2017 11:24 PM  
Many Thanks Bacco....I would love the one ounce version.
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