Tindeco made this and its larger design for many seasons beginning during the 1920s and ending in 1935. They are common. What is uncommon about this particular item is its condition. Just look at that luster! It has to be one of the best ones out there. The buyer got a bargain for $85.
I recently had the opportunity to examine this Tindeco item, the larger of the two designs they issued for Halloween. Made in the 1920s by the Tin Decorating Company of Baltimore, Maryland, this larger iteration is hard to find in this condition. Very clean and bright, it will be difficult to better this. Tindeco was sold to the Illinois Glass Company in 1935, which ceased using the Tindeco mark at that time. You can't go wrong with this seller, close friends of mine, whose knowledge of vintage Halloween is A-1, as are their ethics and honesty. Bid with confidence!