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United States Navy Destroyer Tin Can Sailors Coin $17.75

Get the original United States Navy Destroyer Tin Can Sailors Coin ™ designed and crafted by Vision-Strike-Coins.

DESIGN Peter Durand, an Englishman, was granted a patent from King George III in 1810 for preserving food in “vessels of glass, pottery, or tin.” He heard of Appert’s system and wanted to expand the packaging from small food to 30 pounds of meat in a single tin can. Using iron coated tin as the new container would prevent rusting and it could be sealed just as tight as glass with out the ability to shatter. Soldered tin cans held more and were easier then corked glass to handle.

The story of how the tin can nearly wasn't

Tin cans have, in 200 years, changed the way the world eats. But a Victorian cheap meat scandal nearly destroyed them.

tin-can-sailor: “ Circa 1929-1931, USS Arizona (BB-39) undergoing modernization at Norfolk. The destroyer Cole (DD-155) is in the background. ”

Tin Cans USS Arizona undergoing reit at Norfork Navy Yard USS Cole in background.

The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors: The Extraordinary World War II Story of the U.S. Navy's Finest Hour

The Paperback of the The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors: The Extraordinary World War II Story of the U. Navy's Finest Hour by James D. Hornfischer at

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United States Navy Destroyer Tin Can Sailors Coin

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Tin Can Sailor Destroyer Decal $2.25

Tin Can Sailor Destroyer Decal is great for active duty sailors, veterans or family members of US Navy Soldiers.

tin-can-sailor: “ USS Langley (CV-1) Stacks down, flight quarters, South Pacific, probably in the mid-1930s. USS Cole (DD-155) in the foreground ”

tin-can-sailor: “ USS Langley Stacks down, flight quarters, South Pacific, probably in the USS Cole in the foreground ”

The story of the tin can is one of ingenuity and endurance, and one that affects every one of us. It has changed the way we eat, the way we shop and the way we travel. But its pioneers had no such lofty ambitions - they just wanted to fill the stomachs of sailors.

The story of how the tin can nearly wasn't

Tin cans have, in 200 years, changed the way the world eats. But a Victorian cheap meat scandal nearly destroyed them.

TIN Can sailors - US Navy

TIN Can sailors - US Navy

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