Featured is a beautiful general store tin shelf cannister from the Ojibwa brand of tobacco. Ojibwa was one of the larger selling tobacco cut plug brands sold by the Scott Dillon Tobacco Company, which was based in Detroit, Michigan. This can is circa 1920, and would have held 48 individual sale packets of their fine…Details
Union Leader Lunch Pail Tobacco Tin
Circa 1915 Union Leader Lunch Box Cut Plug Tobacco Tin. One of the most common lunch pail tobacco tins to be found today. Lunch Box tins are recognizable by their handles and they remain amongst the most popular of tobacco tins today by collectors along with the pocket tins. These were often used by the men and their children to take their lunch to work or school once the tobacco was gone.