Early French fish chocolate mold made by Létang. Jean-Baptiste Létang began selling tin plate molds from 1832 onwards, soon flourishing due in part to the proliferation of chocolate-makers. These molds were a genuine technical innovation employing the use of stamping machines to mass-produce chocolate molds made in a single piece. Made of tin plated steel in two pieces, hinged and clipped, and stamped with the mold # 847 and #848. From Létang Fils 108 R. Vielle du Temple Paris France. Ca. 1910
Létang Chocolate mold (C1069). Dimensions: 10.5” x 5”.
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