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By looking up the business in the directory you can determine when they moved to a new location or the address simply changed because of changes in the city's addressing system.

If you're collecting a particular brand or have several major brands in your collection, it really pays off to know the manufacturer/distributor history.

Many ads have a date on them ( the page they're on or the date of the publication you find them in) and are an excellent reference tool as well as looking great themselves in your collection.

Other point-of-sale (POS) advertising, particularly die-cut cardboard, may also provide dates.

Labels were not always printed in the same location (city or state) as that of the manufacturer or distributor so you may have to make some long distance phone calls or write some letters to learn about the printing company's history.

The date of manufacture (printing) may appear on it or sometimes be stamped on the backside.

(Note: In our time of nostalgia advertising- this may not be entirely applicable, but other clues will provide more identification information.) The construction of your tin may also provide clues to its age.

In the 1930's/40's tins were constructed of rather thick steel sheet.By tying in certain company events and changes, the graphics and text on your tin may be able to determine the time period it was introduced and used.Many companies have gone through name changes (ownership, brands, logos, trademarks, mergers) because of growth or merging.I'm going to be guessing here, but I would think that the "Limited Edition" became widely used after the 1970's.Many tins marked with this usually have a date associated with its issuance.war slogans-BUY Bonds), etc., to other known advertising items.

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