Honest Scrap Tobacco Tin Sign. Circa 1920

HONEST SCRAP TOBACCO TIN SIGN, “AN EVERYDAY SCRAP”. Circa 1920

Tin sign featuring the famous dog and cat in an Honest Scrap. Chewing Tobacco Cut Plug Product. Circa 1920.

Honest Long Cut Plug Tobacco Lithographic Sign, 1892

Honest Long Cut Plug Tobacco Lithograph, Presidential Possibilities!

Early lithographic poster from the Honest Cut Plug Tobacco Brand. This poster shows the Presidential Possibilities in the year 1892

Satisfaction Cut Plug Lunch Box Tin, Circa 1920

Satisfaction Cut Plug Tobacco Lunch Pail Tin. Circa 1920

Mastiff Plug Cut Tobacco Lunch Box Tin

MASTIFF PLUG CUT TOBACCO LUNCH BOX TIN. Circa 1915

Mountain Belle Cigar Lithograph, The Solis Cigar Co., Denver, CO., Circa 1900

MOUNTAIN BELLE 5 CENT CIGAR, SOLIS CIGAR CO., DENVER, CO. Circa 1900

Henry George 5 Cent Cigar Tin Sign, Hirschhorn Mack & Co. N.Y., Circa 1900

HENRY GEORGE 5 CENT CIGAR TIN SIGN, HIRSCHHORN MACK & CO., N.Y., Circa 1900

Gold Dust Tobacco Pocket Tin Can

GOLD DUST TOBACCO POCKET TIN CAN

Pocket tobacco tin features the Gold Dust Brand of Tobacco. Worth It’s Weight in Gold.

Richmond Straight Cut Cigarette Self-Framed Tin Sign, Allen & Ginter Co., Ca 1900

Richmond Straight Cut Cigarette Self-Framed Tin Sign, Allen & Ginter, Richmond, VA. Ca. 1900

Richmond Straight Cut Self-Framed Cigarette Tobacco Sign from the Allen and Ginter Tobacco Company in Richmond, VA. Successor was The American Tobacco Co. Circa 1900.

Cameron and Cameron Tobacco Tin Richmond, VA. Ca. 1915

Cameron & Cameron Co. Richmond, VA., Finest Grade A Tobacco Can. Circa 1920

Cameron & Cameron Tobacco Company, Richmond, Virginia Grade A Finest Tobacco Tin Can. This can features a small ring handle on the top for easy carrying. Circa 1920.

Sure Shot Chewing Tobacco, Can. Spaulding & Merrick, Chicago, IL. Circa 1920

Sure Shot Chewing Tobacco Tin Can, Spaulding & Merrick Company, Chicago, IL. Ca. 1920

Sure Shot Chewing Tobacco Cannister from the Spaulding and Merrick Tobacco Company in Chicago, Illinois. The tobacco can has a lid in the center top for the content removal.