eBay Scavenger: Vintage Ghirardelli Cocoa Tins

These vintage Ghirardelli cocoa tins are old and have that patina of age, but they are unopened and still have cocoa inside! We don't recommend baking with this antique cocoa, but the tins would look beautiful in the right kitchen.

The pair of tins is currently going for $9.99. Shipping is $15 and the auction ends this evening. More eBay picks after the jump, including a funny chocolate mold plus the most expensive item we've ever featured on a scavenger post...

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Vintage Farberware chocolate pot and creamer with Bakelite handles - We love those yellow handles! $95. Ends January 23.

Antique chocolate mold of little boy crying/yelling - This is a pricey little antique mold, but it was so unusual we had to post it! What a break from the bunnies, eggs, and bars... $389, ships from Antwerp, Belgium. Ends January 23.

Antique Mexican chocolate beater - This may or may not actually be antique, but it is indeed just like the sticks used for hundreds of years in Mexico. They are rubbed very fast between two hands to froth chocolate drinks. $9.99, shipping for $7. Ends January 27.

Antique Royal Vienna Hot Chocolate Pot - This is a seriously expensive little chocolate pot, but if its origins are authentically what the seller claims, it's a treasure. How would you like to sip chocolate out of a pot used at the court of King Friedrich Wilhelm III? $1,950, shipping is free. Buy It Now, ends January 26.

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Faith is the executive editor of The Kitchn and the author of three cookbooks. They include Bakeless Sweets (Spring 2013) as well as The Kitchn's first cookbook, which will be published in Fall 2014. She lives in Columbus, Ohio with her husband Mike.

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