Tin, Keen's Mustard; Colmans; 1970-1995; WY.0000.1077
Tin, Keen's MustardAbout this object
This is a Keen's Mustard tin. Keen & Co began manufacturing in London in 1742. Keen's mustard phased out in Britain in 1945, however, the mustard remained popular in Australia, New Zealand and Canada where the product was sold by Colman's.
The Australian rights to the Keen’s brand, where it remains popular, were acquired by McCormick & Co in 1998, and the product continues to be sold in both Australia and New Zealand.
inorganic, processed material, metal, tin
inorganic, processed material, synthetic, plastic
h 70 mm x w 60 mm x d 40 mmSubject and Association Keywords
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