Re using tins at the time
Last Post 17 Sep 2018 05:49 PM by hinkslamps. 3 Replies.
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17 Sep 2018 02:35 PM  

 Just noticed that alhough this label is original and intact it is over a printed tin with black and white lettering. I have seen this before but anyone know why?

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17 Sep 2018 02:36 PM  

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17 Sep 2018 05:34 PM  
Really dont know Al,,but whilst on the subject of tins..nudge, nudge,wink,wink...
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17 Sep 2018 05:49 PM  
I expect it was to do with all the various shortages of material etc during the war.
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