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03/21/2018 05:11 PM
TWO (2) FITCHBURG DAIRIES CREAM CANS
Age. More than 75 years old
Size. See below
Rating: 8 – 7
Comments. These vintage cream cans are made of metal and have thick bands on their base as well has on their coned shape tops. They have large loop handles on the back and are either 14” or 14 ½” high. The unpainted can is stamped” Arn How Farm, Fitchburg” and is marked on the back” 8 Qts Liquid”. The painted can has a copper label attached to the top which is marked” FITCHBURG CREAMERY” and is marked the same on one side of the top of the can as well. It has what appears to be the original wood stopper and this can is also heavy for its size. These items are in sturdy shape with normal use wear, have some minor surface rust and have small dents as seen in our photo. A nice pair of old, collectible cream cans from Fitchburg that can be repurposed into many new uses or will make nice decorative items in your country home.
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