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Evening Gentlemen 

please see below pictures of a tin that I found at an antique centre recently.

really well made, no hinge on the lid and epns  marked to the base .

no princess Mary bust , replaced with 1914

my research has turned up the fact that it was made at the end of the First World War as a commemorative souvenir 

please could anyone give me any more information and any ideas on value as I might want to sell it

please see pictures 

Best wishes

 Martin 2

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This type is a copy, though some have argued they are period made private purchase for those who did not get one issued, but that is debated

 

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Thanks Jerry

i value your opinion.

it definitely has age to it and quality.

best wishes

Martin

i will post some better pictures

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I have one as well along with the standard issued type.  Certainly not a modern item.

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