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Vintage Hutch when is the last time u even HEARD the word "HUTCH"? and, look at the contents inside . . i NEED some "LIGHT SPRY" . . but it looks like it may be shortening . . . and how about the cracker tin?? Again, when is this from?? the 60s?
Tags: vintage      hutch      Spry      Nabisco      cracker      tin 
Added: 13th April 2008
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Posted By: Teresa
Posted by: roseanns1 on 2008-04-13 
i'm thinking early fifties, but i could be wrong.
Posted by: tommy7 on 2008-04-13 
Saltine tin is a 1969 reproduction of earlier tins.LIGHT Spry is a 1960's version just before it was discontinued.Yeah my relatives called it a hutch also. I collect junk as a hobby.lol
Posted by: Steve on 2008-04-13 
Yeah I remember having the Saltine one back in the 70s.
Posted by: Naomi on 2008-04-13 
I think Spry was like Crisco, I can remember mom and Nonna using it for frying up those great tasting veal cutlets that btw... haven't been allowed in my home since I found out where veal comes from and how they get it.
Posted by: Teresa on 2008-04-13 
you guys were all right on the dates . . this particular tin was made from the 1950's throught the early '70s. . . .
Posted by: Marty6697 on 2008-04-13 
I see the Flour,shortening cutter in the middle. Also The thing on the left looks like Air Hockey Thingamajig.
Posted by: Cliffy on 2008-04-13 
Starsky as in Hutch?

LOL Marty the air hockey thingie is a cookie cutter!
Posted by: Marty6697 on 2008-04-13 
Veal Cordon Bleu The best MMMM Ham and swiss cheese in the middle Awesome! german style With Bratkertofflin Fried Potatoes The best!
Posted by: tommy7 on 2008-04-13 
Spry was Crisco's cousin and competition.
Posted by: Classico on 2008-11-22 
7 cent discount?

What a bargain!!
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