Is this a vintage milk can? If not what is it?
Was this used for coal?
- Pat F85Lv 66 months agoFavorite Answer
That's a vintage galvanized 5 gallon pour drum with a spout. Many were used at service stations, some on farms.
If there's any kind of oil company logo on it, that will make it more valuable.
- MarkLv 76 months ago
I think it's a watering can (not the kind for flowers, but to bring water to animal troughs), constructed in such a way that there will be minimal spillage on the way. (Most people, if they have to carry a bucket, will lose about 25% of the water in it if they have to lug it some distance from the water source.)
- JinglesLv 76 months ago
The opening is too small for milk or coal how large is it
- KazLv 66 months ago
I have no idea. I've never seen a can such as that. It does look like that would be what it was used for - but maybe not? (Sorry)
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