Lot of 2 Vintage J&J Band-Aid Metal Tin Hinged Lid Box All Wide Plastic Strips

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Lot of 2 Vintage J&J Band-Aid Metal Tin Hinged Lid Box All Wide Plastic Strips 


Own a piece of medical history with these two vintage Johnson & Johnson (J&J) Band-Aid metal tin boxes. Crafted with a hinged lid for easy access, it houses a collection of wide plastic strips. In very good condition, this nostalgic item adds a touch of retro charm to any collection or display. Perfect for collectors, vintage enthusiasts, or those seeking unique decor pieces. Band-Aids were first introduced in 1920.


Approx. Dimensions: 3-5/8" T x 3-1/4" W x 1-5/8" D


Sold as is. No warranty from seller. No Returns.


CONDITION NOTE: Used, and in very good condition given its age. This metal bandage can has some scratches, dents, patina and wear marks/dirt from use and age (see pictures). There is some slight discoloration from age. See full description and all detailed pictures (zoom-able) to know what you are purchasing. 


Short Background on Manufacturer

The Johnson & Johnson company was founded in 1886 and is most well known for consumer health products like Band-Aids. They began packaging Band-Aids in collectible decorated metal tins as early as the 1920s. The tins were produced through the 1990s and have become popular vintage collectibles.


Release Date or Age of Item

This particular Band-Aid tin dates to the 1960s based on the design and branding. These tins were mass produced by Johnson & Johnson from the 1920s through the 1990s.


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