Thank you all for replying.
J.P.: The tins you show are Flobert tins from one of the SFM label books. Very nice. I had not seen the Robert Ramsbottom label before. There a large number of the French labels that I have not seen before. I suspect FM and AL have many more too. Any pictures of any labels that they made and any labels that they made for others would be greatly apprciated. Have a great trip.
Rich B: Any early US tins and early English and European tins. I am researching makers and there were many makers and distributors in all of these countries that I am unaware of. Sometimes the best starting points for research is an example of the tin.
Badger Jack: These are modern and beyond the scope of what my interest is. HOWEVER, don’t let that discourage you. If you have interesting ones, please post them, modern or not. There are others, including our editor, who are interested in these. Thank you for posting the pictures!
Dutch: I have 5 different variations of similar labels, but had not seen this one before. Nice tin! I think the person who did the printing for them made up new labels everyday. I have about 70 or 80 different Eley tins and bags and still keep seeing different ones all the time. They must have made at least 200+ different labels or more.
Thank you all. Please keep posting pictures. When I figure out how to post pictures (hopefully this week or next week), I will post some tins. I might contact Dwight (editor) about another cover or spread of tin photo’s (anotated).