These 1924 tins by Huntley, Boorne & Stevens and produced by Huntley & Palmers, is in the shape a pair of Egyptian style vases with narrow necks and two handles. This design was inspired by Howard Carter's discovery of King Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922 in the Valley of the Kings, Egypt. It carries an estimate of £20-30.
This 1904 handbag style tin is by Huntley, Boorne & Stevens and produced by Huntley & Palmers. It is in the shape of a pigskin handbag, with two hinged lids and clasp fasteners and carries a £20-30 estimate.
This round tin produced in 1954 by William Mundy, Huntley, Boorne & Stevens for Huntley & Palmers, includes a dice game on the lid depicting the journey of biscuits from the Huntley & Palmers factory in Reading to the home of Mr and Mrs Everyman. The lot includes ‘lorry’ counters and carries an estimate of £20-30.
Published by Huntley & Palmers in 1901, this is a simulated straw handbag with early model, collapsible cardboard handle and clasp fastening. It carries an estimate of £20-30.