Brocante tin drum by Côte d'Or, girl with blue hatSKU: BT-2529-19
Brocante tin drum by Côte d'Or, girl with blue hat.
- Manufacturer: Côte d'Or
- Date of manufacture: 1940s - 1970s
Very beautifully corrugated vintage tin with a brocante appearance and a separate lid with a rolled edge. The decoration of this tin consists of a blue box with an old yellow lid on which a beautiful drawing of a young girl with blond hair and a blue hat.
The bottom of the tin box is also equipped with a rolled edge. At the bottom, the can is marked with the famous Côte d'Or logo with the elephant.
Text: Côte d'Or Le Bon Chocolate Belge.
This tin is in a neat vintage condition with minor traces of use and age-related traces of wear.
- Height: 5 cm.
- Length: 22 cm.
- Width: 21.8 cm.
Côte d'Or is a producer of Belgian chocolate, owned by Mondelēz International. Côte d'Or was founded in 1883 by Charles Neuhaus, a chocolate manufacturer who used the name Côte d'Or (pseudo-French for Gold Coast referring to the old name of contemporary Ghana, the source of many of the cacao beans used in chocolate manufacturing.
The emblem of Côte d'Or is an elephant, a symbol that recalls the African origin of the cocoa beans used in the manufacture of Côte d'Or. One source also claims that elephants were used to haul the sacks of cocoa beans. In an earlier version of the logo, three pyramids and a palm tree were also featured. This logo was based on a Ghanaian post stamp, showing three icons (elephant, palm tree, pyramids) of exotic Africa.
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Country of origin
Kind of object
Bonbon tin - Chocolate drum
Chocolate - confectionery - girl - blonde - blue hat
light yellow - blue - gold
Tin - metal
Curved shape - loose lid
Good vintage condition
Colis postal avec track & trace