Pied Piper tambourine biscuit tin (Carrs)
Pied Piper tambourine biscuit tin (Carrs)(i)
Arch Two , Area 9 |
Biscuit Tins (display)
A circular lithographed tinplate tambourine biscuit tin" with four edge-mounted double half-cymbals, and a picture on the lid of the Pied Piper of Hamelin leading a collection of children.
The edge of the tin is decorated with red and yellow triangles, and the Piper is represented as wearing a green hat, and carrying a large vertical drum on his chest, and a beater in each hand.
The tin was made by Carr and Company, is identified on the base as The Biscuit Works, Carlisle, England, and appears to date from 1926.
This exhibit is from the collection of Sarah Leather