Red Crown Tobacco Lunch Box, Ca. 1910

RED CROWN TOBACCO LUNCH BOX, JNO BAGLEY, DETROIT, MI. Ca. 1915

Red Crown Lunch Pail tobacco tin from JNO Bagley Company in Detroit, Michigan.

Sterling Dark Tobacco Green Can

STERLING DARK TOBACCO CAN. 50 PACKET SIZE. Ca. 1920

An unusual Sterling brand for their “dark” brand of tobacco in the green colored version metal can.

Winner Cut Plug Tobacco Lunch Box Tin, Ca. 1910

WINNER CUT PLUG TOBACCO LUNCH BOX TIN, Ca. 1910

Featured is one of my favorite tobacco lunch pail or lunch box tins from the Winner brand of cut plug chewing tobacco.

Blue and Scarlet Booker Tobacco Co., Richmond, VA. Lunch Box Tin. Ca. 1910

SCARLET AND BLUE CUT PLUG, BOOKER TOBACCO CO, RICHOND, VA., Ca. 1910

Scarlet and Blue Tobacco Cut Plug Tin from the Booker Tobacco Company which was based in Richmond, VA.

U.S. Marine Cut Plug Tobacco Lunch Box Tin., Ca. 1910

U.S. MARINE CUT PLUG SMOKING TOBACCO LUNCH BOX TIN, Ca. 1910

Here is a beautiful early lunch pail or lunch box style tobacco tin from the U.S. Marine brand.

Boar's Head Tobacco Lunch Box Tin, Ca. 1910

BOAR’S HEAD TOBACCO LUNCH BOX TIN, PRITCHARD & BURTON. Ca. 1910

Tobacco lunch pail or lunch box tin from the Pritchard and Burton Company which was based in London, England for many years. The Boars Head Brand was their main selling tobacco.

Red Indian Cut Plug Tobacco Lunch Box Tin

RED INDIAN CUT PLUG TOBACCO LUNCH BOX TIN, Circa 1900

Red Indian Tobacco Lunch Box tin for their Cut Plug Tobacco. Lunch Pail tin containers were often used by children when the product was gone.

Jacob Stahl Nip of Havana Cigar Tray, 5 Cents

JACOB STAHL JR. TOBACCO CO., NIP OF HAVANA CIGAR TRAY. Circa 1900

Featured is a colorful serving tray from the Jacob Stahl Jr. Tobacco Company based in Brunswick, N.J. and New York City, N.Y. This tray is for their Nip of Havana Cigar.

Brotherhood Tobacco Tin Sign, Lorillard Tobacco Co, Jersey City, N.J.

BROTHERHOOD TOBACCO SIGN, P. LORILLARD TOBACCO CO.

Yankee Girl Brand Cigars, Tin Sign, Circa 1900

YANKEE CIGAR BRAND, “NONE SO GOOD”, TIN SIGN, Circa 1900

Featured is a beautiful tin sign from the Yankee Girl brand of cigars, circa 1900. The sign has a price of 5 cents per cigar, and boldly claims “It Equal Cannot Be Found”.