I HAVE ALWAYS LIKED POT LIDS AND NOT ONLY ARE THEY A RARE THING IN THE U.S. THEY ARE ALSO VERY PRICEY IN THE U.S.. i SEEN DAVID TRELOARS IMPRESSIVE COLLECTION OF LIDS AND JUST DECIDED THAT A PAGE FOR THEM WAS THE ONLY RESPECTABLE WAY TO SHOW THEM OFF. DAVID IS FROM VICTOR HARBOR, SOUTH AUSTRALIA AND BELOW IS HIS EVER CHANGING COLLECTION OF POT LIDS.
I WILL BE CHANGING,ADDING TO THIS AS DAVIDS COLLECTION CHANGES AND WILL BE ADDING SOME IN SITE FROM DAVID HIMSELF AS WELL. GOT SOME TO TRADE OR SELL? HERE IS DAVID'S EMAIL
THANK YOU DAVID FOR ALLOWING ME TO SHARE THE FRUITS OF YOUR LABOR, AN IMPRESSIVE LOT OF OF POT LIDS
Because of the high production cost of multicolored advertising pot lids, single colored lids dominated the market. Gold bands were sometimes added around the border of the container to give the product a high-class appearance. The majority of pot lids were circular. However, square, rectangular and oval examples are frequently found. They also came in various sizes from the small sample size of less than an inch and a half in diameter to 10 inches for economy size.