This vintage advertising/storage tin is a classic buttery treat in every kitchen.
Made by the Nabisco Company this circa 1960's tin once held the round buttery crackers we all know and love.
It is bright red and decorated with the orange/yellow crackers.
It measures 6" x6" diameter with no dents or rusting.
There are mild scratches to the lid due to use and age.
In the early 1900s, the Jackson Cracker company of Jackson, Michigan, developed a small, round cracker called the Jaxon. The company was bought out by Nabisco in 1919. Nabisco introduced the Ritz Cracker in 1934. Looking to compete with the similar Hi Ho cracker made by their competitor Sunshine Biscuits, they tasked an employee, Sydney Stern, to create a name and a marketing plan. Stern chose the name 'Ritz', which appealed to individuals enduring the privations of the Great Depression by offering them "a bite of the good life". He also designed the blue circle/yellow lettering logo design, inspired by the round label inside his hat
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USPS has discontinued Regional Rate Box prices. This means that this mail class is no longer available
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