Tin Lunch Pail
1900's Tin lunch pail measures 9-1/2" wide, 9" tall and 6" deep. It has a resevoir in the top the could hold soup, drink, or hot water or ice. This was the way you took your lunch to work. There were no fast food joints and certainly the working man or woman couldn't take the time or money to eat at a restaurant. Wouldn't you just love hearing the stories of where this lunch box had been. NOTE: While this item is marked G26 it is currently is being shown in both E1.