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Noun1.cookie jar - a jar in which cookies are kept (and sometimes money is hidden)cookie jar - a jar in which cookies are kept (and sometimes money is hidden)
jar - a vessel (usually cylindrical) with a wide mouth and without handles
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Huntley and Palmer travel suitcase, 21cm wide, estimate PS70-PS100; Right: William Crawford Mabel Lucie Attwell Fairy Tree money box biscuit tin, 35cm high, (PS130-PS180) W and R Jacob gipsy caravan, 15cm long, estimate PS80-PS120 Huntley and Palmers Edwardian revolving bookcase, 16cm high, estimate PS130-PS180 William Crawford and Sons Royal Coach, 20cm long, estimate PS150-PS200 As collections go, this one takes the biscuit and now it is to be sold.
Toffees calendar 23cm 150) Huntley and Palmer travel suitcase, 21cm wide, estimate PS70-PS100; Right: William Crawford Mabel Lucie Attwell Fairy Tree money box biscuit tin, 35cm high, (PS130-PS180) W and R Jacob gipsy caravan, 15cm long, estimate PS80-PS120 William Crawford and Sons Royal Coach, 20cm long, estimate PS150-PS200 Huntley and Palmers Edwardian revolving bookcase, 16cm high, estimate PS130-PS180 THE tins illustrated come from the collection to be sold on Thursday February 1.
Schoolboy sniggers aside, my favourite bit was the news that during the war the royals hid their gems in a biscuit tin in a secret underground tunnel to stop the enemy finding them.
THE Crown Jewels were hidden in a biscuit tin at Windsor Castle during the Second World War on the orders of King George VI, it has been revealed.
50 BISCUITEERS CHRISTMAS CIRCUS ADVENT BISCUIT TIN (above) IT IS pricey, but if you have a reusable Advent calendar that needs filling with treats, this tin of 24 beautifully iced biscuits will look delightful peeking out of each pocket.
Fresh about her gran, who kept all their old family photos in an Abernethy biscuit tin.
THIS unusual biscuit tin will add an extra dimension to your snacking.
In it, she explains how Andy and his brother would play ping-pong on the kitchen table, using biscuit tin lids as paddles and a row of food cans as the net.
Owner of the company, Harriet Hastings, said she is always looking to launch biscuit tin collections related to special events such as the Olympic Games and the Wimbledon tennis tournament.