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I picked up this can at an antique/junk store --welll used-so unless there's some kind of marking that would help to identify it, I don't know it's vintage. Still have it, albeit retired for use as a trash can. When empty, the weight of the lid makes it prone to tip over, so I kept a brick in the bottom, which ate into interior space. Instead, I added a pair of toolbox clasps and my wife uses it for chain and tow strap storage, in her Jeep.
Coffee table upgrade!
Swirl and water droplet painting a guitar body
From Sewing Machine to Scroll Saw, a Christmas tale
Micro Drill Press
Air Muscles: Make an Artificial Muscle Robot Controller