This nickel-plated aluminum lunch box was first made in 1957 by a miner working for one of the world's largest nickel producer in Sudbury, Canada. His inventive mind set about creating a Lunchbox that would hold the weight of a man and his lunch when there was no seat available (miners often ate their lunch “on the job”, in field conditions without chairs or benches). Plus it had to be affordable for the miners, who earned $1.25/per hour at the time.
10 inch : L 10″ x W 4 1/2″ x H 8″
14 inch : L 14″ x W 4 1/2″ x H 8″