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    Chemico cycle lubricating oil tin

    Chemico cycle lubricating oil tin

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    About this item

    lovely example of a bright chemico cycle oil tin. The tin is complete with the original screw cap oiling spout. great colours. From the country chemical co ltd birmingham. "oil more and work less" the catchy moto printed on the reverse. lovely tin ideal for a oil tin collection.

    condition 

    nice condition with some wear but a lovely tin 

    any questions please feel free to contact me 

    thankyou

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    Additional Information

    Code

    10449 (AB-178203)

    Dimensions

    W: 3.5cm  (1.4")H: 12cm  (4.7")

    Period

    Early 20th Century

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