Anyway, this tube of paint was in Mom's box of paints when I was about four or five years old and she had her easel set up in our dining room because that room received the most natural light late in the mornings and early afternoons. I used to sit on the floor nearby on summer mornings -- no school of course -- and talk to her as she worked on her paintings at the time once everyone had had their breakfast, and Dad had grabbed his coat and briefcase on the way to work.
The tube of paint came into my possession in the early 1980s when I began painting D&D figures, and Mom suggested that I might try using some of her oils to paint them. Kind of neat that I still have most of those tubes now, and they are still workable. Sometimes, however, it does take a bit of doing to unscrew the caps! While I've added a bunch of my own tubes of oil color to my kit over the last dozen years or so, it's fun do some of my own painting, albeit a very different kind, with some of the same tubes of color that Mom used decades ago during my childhood.
By the way, for those of you who might wonder about drying times, I have found that the Liquin speeds up drying time remarkably. In many cases, the oil paint is dry to the touch in 24-48 hours when it has been thinned using Liquin. And, of course, when you use Alkyd oils, the drying time is reliably 18-24 hours, and even faster when Liquin is added. While I do much of my smaller detailing with acrylics, there's just no beating oils for brilliance and depth.