I also include in this category, lower condition tins of mid level rarity tins.Common brands seen as entry level tins are Prince Albert, Velvet, Tuxedo, Sir Walter Raliegh, Dill’s Best, Model, and Union Leader.An ancient Peruvian running-stitch sampler has been dated to 200–500 AD The word Embroidery comes from the Anglo-Saxon word for "edge", but the technique itself was being used long before that.
Almost all entry level tins are very common and easily available on ebay to anyone interested or may be less common but were made later in the 60’s or later ( if there is a bar code on the tin, it won’t be valuable).
It was introduced while the daguerreotype was still popular, though its primary competition would have been the ambrotype.
The tintype saw the Civil War come and go, documenting the individual soldier and horrific battle scenes.
The earliest known Embroidery examples are from 3000 B.
C They are hand work over the woven threads on clothing.