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English Fresh Full Cream Can Late 19th Century

SKU: W7Q22

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Regular price Sale price £460.00
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A wonderful condition English Fresh Full Cream Can late 19th Century.

Having just the right patination and sparking brass fittings and riveted badge with scored decoration including stars, and the words spelling “FRESH FULL CREAM”. Internally there is a metal hoop for a cream ladle.

In the late 19th century to early 20th century England, milk was sold in Cities by street vendors pushing tank carts. The milk - or cream in this case - was purchased and dispensed into steel cans such as this one.

  • Width: 31 cm (12.2″)
  • Height: 34 cm (13.39″)
  • Depth: 20 cm (7.87″)