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tin plate

thin steel sheet coated with a layer of tin that protects the steel from corrosion
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Siddiqsons Tin Plate Limited is a company operating in Pakistan established in 1999.
This gorgeous enamel-coated tin plate features a pretty love birds design in black.
She also fears that he came into contact with asbestos at the now dissolved Granville Tin Plate Company, and the Birmingham Ministry of Works.
The machine drowned out my attempts at clanking the spoon into the plate as hard as I could, to make it sound like I was eating off of a tin plate, but I never felt quite satisfied.
Simon's concept won him a pounds 7,500 cash award from the RSA - the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce, and the Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers.
The sale also features model railway items in N gauge, 00 gauge and 0 gauge tin plate.
Twenty thousand tons of tin plate for making cans, from CAP, head to Japan each year.
Until the end of the month the library is exhibiting scores of Chad Valley games, jigsaws and tin plate toys that made the Harborne-based company a famous name across the globe.
Graham Wright, a student on the computer aided engineering course, has been awarded a Worshipful Company of Tin Plate Workers' Prize.
Rose tin plate clock, pounds 39, Cucina Direct (0870 420 4300)
"Tin plate goes back to the late 16th century around Cornwall, England," Long said.