Tin can used for the early preservation of food

Made:
1812 in London
maker:
Bryan Donkin and Company

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Large unfinished die ('pattern plate') for printing Indian revenue stamps, in wooden box with label: BOMBAY STAMP
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Tin can used for the early preservation of food, Bryan Donkin and Co., London, England, 1812.

Details

Category:
Hand and Machine Tools
Object Number:
2008-29
type:
tin can
credit:
Bryan Donkin Archive Trust
status:
Permanent collection

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