Black Shinola Shoe Polish
Metal pop off lid. The label is applied in red and black paint directly on the metal. There is an outer lip around the bottom edge.
This lid is from a shoe polish can that was either a product sold in Clyde Stanley's general store in Keota, Colorado, and/or it was used in the home of the Sandstead family in Keota and/or Sterling, Colorado.
Primary inscription in black and silver on the lid: SHINOLA / BLACK / SHOE POLISH / A QUICK, BRILLIANT WATERPROOF POLISH / TRADE MARK / REG. U.S.PAT.OFF. AND ABROAD / FOR ALL LEATHER GOODS / 2 IN 1-SHINOLA-BIXBY-CORP. / NEW YORK...INDIANAPOLIS, U.S.A.