This particular tin uses the same type style,
narrative illustrations and decorative pattern elements as the previous two,
however this version uses a totally different ‘rounded’ construct. The colour
palette is also very different and uses tones of blues, silver and cream.
As with the previous square sided variants,
I would be very keen to hear from you if you are able to age any of these
Nectar tins (I would guesstimate 1940′s). I would also like to know which of
the two formats were produced first?
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