Square cookie tin 125 years Verkade in red, white and blackSKU: BT-2843-20
Square cookie tin 125 years Verkade in red, white and black.
- Manufacturer: Koninklijke Verkade
- Manufacturing date: 2011
Verkade 125 years • Verkade • 2011
Square cookie tin with a loose lid and issued on the occasion of Verkade's 125th anniversary. The decoration of this tin consists of a red background with various illustrations in white, black and red.
The game "Tic-tac-toe" can be played on the inside of the lid.
This tin is in good condition with possible traces of use and age-related traces of wear.
- Height: 7 cm.
- Length: 22 cm.
- Width: 22 cm.
2011. Verkade 125 years.
In 2011 the 125th anniversary was celebrated in a grand way with, among other things, large national consumer campaigns, a party at the Beursplein in Amsterdam and festivities for relations, neighbors, and (old) staff in Zaandam.
Verkade was founded on May 2, 1886. Ericus Gerhardus Verkade opened his Steam, Bread and Rusk factory "De Ruyter". The name "De Ruyter" was chosen with a bow to the past; the first flour mill of West Zaandam carried that name. The products of the first hour were; bread, rusk, honey gingerbread and Langetjes, later also came the famous tea lights. "De Ruyter" (horseman or rider) is still recognizable in the logo of the Verkade brand. In the course of time Verkade switched over to make cookies and chocolate.
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Country of origin
The Netherlands - Holland
Kind of object
Cookie tin - biscuit tin
Verkade - illustrations in black, white and red - packaging - storage box - tin
Red - white - black
Verkade Fabrieken Zaandam
Tin - metal
Loose lid - Game on the inside of the lid
Good vintage condition
Parcel post with track & trace