While this tin was probably made more than a decade and a half before the 1955 opening of Disneyland Park, it's interesting to note that the outer rim of the lid is actually decorated with a flowing ribbon that reads "Disneyland". Since the Anaheim theme park did not exist at the time, it's obviously referring to the "make-believe" land shown in the images that adorn the tin.
Copyright reads "PAR AUT. WALT. DISNEY--MICKEY MOUSE S.A." in the lower left hand corner of the front panel. Manufacturer label "ETABL. J. SCHUYBROEK S.A. HOBOKEN--ANVERS" resides on the upper rear edge of the lid. "Made in Belgium" stamp on bottom of tin.
Right Side Panel
Left Side Panel
Rear Right Corner Detail
Rear Left Corner Detail
Images courtesy of Danial's Antiques. Used with permission.