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Tin Drum Toy for Doll, Candy Container or Christmas Ornament #2 --171-02

Status: Available Price: $275.00
Description:
Early American tin toys are highly desirable, especially those which are marked and can be identified by manufacturer. This is one of the best Americana items I have ever had. The tin drum is very colorful all around, red and white large stripes around the center band with blue outer-edged banding with stars--taken from the American flag. The top drum portion has drumsticks lithoed on. It has it's original bright red ribbon for hanging. The reverse drum portion is marked: Franz Euler & Co., N.Y. c. 1890, very nice condition. 1 3/8" high, 2 1/4" diameter. This is the smaller drum and matches the larger drum being sold separately. This tin drum looks to be a candy container but I have not tried to force it open for fear of damaging the fabulous litho paint on the surface.

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