This box of 6 Pennsylvnia Dutch Cookie Cutters was made in Lancaster. PA and remains in excellent vintage condition. Although I cannot find a date of manufacture, I think they are from the mid 1960s. The cookie cutters are clean and shiny and appear to have been used only a few times, if at all There are 6 shapes in all -- a tulip, a chick, a pointed star, a rounded star, a clover or shamrock, and an Amish woman.
The largest cookie cutter is the woman which measures approximately 4-3/8" x 2-1/4" x 5/8." The smallest piece is probably the chich which measures approximately 2" x 2-7/8." The box remains in good vintage condition although two corners on the box bottom are split. (These can be taped -- I'm leaving as-is.) The original $.87 Ayr-Way price tag remains on the upper right-hand corner of the box bottom.
Box Lid States: Pennsylvania Dutch Cookie Cutters. Six Different Designs. Replicas of Antique Tin Shapes. Manufactured in Lancaser, PA In the Heart of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country.