A copy of a Maggi's bouillon cubes can, produced in the early 1940s in the city of Poznan. Cans with this label were used by soldiers at the front and civilians in the rear during the Second World War. A volume of 250 ml. The size is approximately 10×10×10.
On the jar and lid are inscriptions: "always close the jar tightly" (Büchse stets gut verschließen) and "contents: 100 cubes" (Inhalt: 100 Würfel).
The Maggi jar is suitable for preserving small items from dampness and crumpling in the field, for storing tobacco, as well as for its intended purpose — with bouillon cubes (which are still produced under the same brand and are available in stores).
The jar is sold empty.