The earliest type Shell can:
Has a Crown logo on two sides and "NV Bataafsche Import My" on the other two sides
The can on the left with shell logo (post 1925)
1953 Shell can; handle missing, there were red and yellow ones.
Two different Caltex cans & a rare Texaco version
Standard - APC - De Automaat - Esso
Earliest type parrafine can from "De Automaat", marked 1922 in the bottem panel.
"Automaat" embossed on topface and bottem marked "1936"
Esso can 1948
Benzine & Petroleumhandel, Amsterdam BP
N.V. Olie/Handelsvereniging GULF
PAM was from 1956 the name of a trading company owned by the SHV (Steenkolen Handels Vereniging). They also owned a chain of petrol stations through Holland.
A British parrafine can from Esso
A Belgian parrafine can from Fina and one from Shell
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