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QUEEN MARY: 1936 - Bensons Toffee Tin

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Cunard Line: Where would us ship collectors be without "Bensons English Toffee Favourites", the purveyors of ship tins?

Bensons offered tins with portraits ranging from the ANDES to the UNITED STATES. The all-time favorite, ah - excuse me - favourite, is this one, the QUEEN MARY tin. The portrait is the famed pre-maiden voyage image painted by William McDowell under commission to Cunard, although in this slightly modified version the Manhattan skyline has replaced the English countryside in the distant beyond the bow.

The tin is from the 1930s. It is octagonal and measures 5" by 8" by 2".

Good condition with fading and wear.

$25.00
Maximum quantity available reached.