This vintage Curad Bandages tin introduced a new "Telfa Pad" claiming that didn't pull off healing skin, Circa 1960. It originally came with 38 extra wide, medicated, flesh colored bandages and sold for $ .53. Curity product of Bauer & Black, a division of the Kendall Company, Chicago, IL.
This empty vintage advertising tin is in excellent vintage condition. Tin has raised lettering, "CURAD", minimal scratches, scuffs, or wear. It still maintains a good gloss and hinged top works perfectly. All color & graphics still very bright and vivid.
A nice addition to a vintage advertising tin collector. Nice to display in any rustic, country, or farmhouse style decor, or great prop for a doctor's office. Makes a great gift idea for medical student, and put cash, check or gift card, in it.