We've seen a few other Belgian Snow White biscuit (cookie) tins (earlier posts A, B, C). All were produced by J. Schuybroek, circa 1938. However this one differs from the previous tins in that it features many more Disney characters than just those from Snow White. In fact, the only representations from our film are Snow White herself, Dopey, and a few forest animals. All other characters are from the Mickey Mouse shorts or Silly Symphonies--including The Old Mill.
You will note that the outer rim of the lid is decorated with text 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: "PAR AUT. WALT. DISNEY--MICKEY MOUSE S.A."
Manufacturer marking: "ETABL. J. SCHUYBROEK S.A. HOBOKEN--ANVERS."
Embossed: "Made in Belgium."
Key lock lid. Box measures 20 x 33 x 6.5 cm.
Right side panel
Left side panel