Biscuit Tin for 'Antwerpse Handjes' biscuits
Biscuit Tin for ‘Antwerpse Handjes’ biscuits

Biscuit Tin for ‘Antwerpse Handjes’ biscuits

The silhouette of the cathedral and Antwerp’s central square are depicted on a tin box for biscuits named ‘Antwerpse Handjes’ (Antwerp Hands).

After being invented in 1934, this was the first packaging for the famous ‘Antwerpse Handjes’ biscuits.


Title: Biscuit Tin for ‘Antwerpse Handjes’ biscuits
Creator: Unknown
Date created: 1934 โ€“ 1940
Location: Belgium
Physical Dimensions: height: 6.8cm โ€“ width: 17cm โ€“ depth: 17cm
Subject Keywords: Antwerp History and Folklore
Type: Packaging
Medium: Metal


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