RARE ANTIQUE VTG JAM-BOY JAMESON BOYCE BINGHAMTON, NY LITHO COFFEE TIN CAN SIGN. The can enclosure it self was made by the historical Continental Can Company, founded in Passaic NJ in 1904 and the CCC is still in operation today. In 1912 the company expanded to producing packer cans for all types of general canning products. The Jam-Boy name came about from the shortening of the companies name itself "Jameson Boyce Company", which was founded in Binghamton, NY.One of my favorite advertising tin cans, this 100 year old JAM-BOY one pound coffee can is empty and still has its original screw on lid. Measures 6.25" tall x 4" across can body. The litho graphics on can are still very vibrant with only minor surface wear.
The can is rust free with absolutely no holes anywhere in the can. I did a very lite cleaning, leaving the small old antique/trift store price label. The exterior of coffee can would most likely clean up even more, I didn't want to take any chances of accidentally scratching or fading graphics.
I have enjoyed having this can in my early advertising collection for over 10 years and ready to pass it along to its next care taker. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Advertising\Food & Beverage\Coffee & Tea\Merchandise & Memorabilia". The seller is "wilhud_1214" and is located in this country: US.
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