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Vintage commemorative tin 25th anniversary of Queen Juliana's reign 1948 - 1973

SKU: BT-3962-22
€ 6,95
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Vintage commemorative tin 25th anniversary of Queen Juliana's reign 1948 - 1973

  • Manufacturer: A & O Netherlands
  • Manufacture date: 1973

Description
Rectangular tin with sloping front and back to the sides. The hinged lid shows the national coat of arms and the years 1948 and 1973. On the front is a photographic image in colour of Queen Juliana in a crowned oval. On the back, in a crowned oval, a photographic image in black and white of Queen Juliana in her investiture mantle. The lid is finished with a gold-coloured edge.

This vintage tin from 1973 is a commemorative tin on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of Her Majesty Queen Juliana's reign. The tin is manufactured by A & O. This was a European association of wholesalers and supermarkets.

Condition
This tin is in a vintage condition with traces of use and age-related traces of wear. Photos are part of the description.

Size

  • Height: 13 cm.
  • Width: 8.2 cm.
  • Length: 15.5 cm.

Juliana Louise Emma Marie Wilhelmina, Princess of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, Duchess of Mecklenburg, Princess of Lippe-Biesterfeld (The Hague, April 30, 1909 – Baarn, March 20, 2004) was Queen of the Netherlands from September 4, 1948 to April 30, 1980 (the inauguration took place on September 6, 1948). Juliana was married to Prince Bernhard van Lippe-Biesterfeld (1911-2004), with whom she had four daughters, and was the only child of the marriage of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands (1880-1962) to Prince Hendrik of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (1876- 1934).

Juliana was the longest-lived Orange ever since December 20, 1993. At the end of 2004, she finished at number 14 in the election of The Greatest Dutchman.


A & O was a European association of wholesalers and supermarkets. In 1964, the voluntary branch company Nederlandse Grossiersvereniging (NGV or N.G.V.; also Dutch Wholesalers Association), which arose in the late 1940s, joined and the NGV supermarkets were renamed A&O supermarkets. In Dutch, the abbreviation stood for Actief en Ondernemend. In 1964, the NGV consisted of 19 wholesalers and 1,260 shopkeepers. In addition to the Netherlands, the organization was active in France, Italy, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Luxembourg and Finland. In 1964, A&O had a total of 25,500 stores. The head office of the NGV and A&O Nederland was in Bilthoven.


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Country of origin
The Netherlands - Holland

Kind of object
Tin box - holder

Theme
Queen Juliana - packaging - person - woman - coat of arms - national coat of arms

Decoration
Queen Juliana

Category
Vintage tins

Color
Orange - black/white - gold

Manufacturer
A & O Nederland

Material
Tin - metal - paint

Particularities
Hinged lid

Era
1973

Quality
Vintage with traces of use and wear

Height
13,00 cm

Lenght
15,50 cm

Width
8,20 cm

Shipping method
parcel post with track & trace

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