This piece is an early figural hanging match holder advertising the Ceresota Flour Company. It consists of die-cut embossed lithographed tin with a color image at the top of a young boy carving a large loaf of bread. There is a barrel at the bottom to hold matches that is painted with “Ceresota Prize Bread Flour of the World.” It measures approximately 2 1/2” x 5 3/8” x 1 3/8”. It has light scattered rust and wear, especially at the top hanging hole and at the base of the barrel. It is classified as in fine condition, complete with all original parts.