Hoffman House Tin Cigar Sign, Hilson Co, N.Y.

HOFFMANN HOUSE CIGAR TIN SIGN, THE HILSON COMPANY, NEW YORK, N.Y., Circa 1900

This is a beautiful tin sign from The Hilson Company in NYC, for their Hoffmann House brand of cigars. The image features a debonair man with a top hat.

Continental Tobacco Advertising Sign, Cotterill, Fenner & Co, Dayton, OH. Circa 1910

CONTINENTAL TOBACCO CARDBOARD SIGN, COTTERILL, FENNER & CO, DAYTON, OH. Circa 1910

Here is a awesome cardboard sign with a clock inside for the Continental Brand of Tobacco, made by the Cotterill, Fenner and Company out of Dayton, Ohio. This sign is circa 1910 and shows a continental solider from the Civil War era.

Robert Burns 10ct Cigar Vitrolite Corner Sign

ROBERT BURNS 10Ct VITROLITE FRAMED CORNER SIGN, Circa 1920

This is a beautiful vitroite brass framed corner sign from the Robert Burns Cigar Brand. The sign includes the brands commonly used advertising slogan, “They are Mild”. The brand was part of the General Cigar Companies line of cigar and tobacco products.

British Queen Havana Cigar Tin Sign, Gumpert Bros. Philadelphia, PA

British Queen Havana Cigars Tin Sign, Gumpert Bros. Manufacturers, Philadelphia, PA. Circa 1910

British Queen Havana Cigars Tin Sign, Gumpert Bros. Manufacturers, Philadelphia, PA. Circa 1910

Union Leader Cut Plug Uncle Sam Cardboard Sign, Circa 1900

Union Leader Cut Plug, Red White & Blue Brand Cardboard Sign. Circa 1900

Union Leader Cut Plug Red White and Blue Tobacco Cut Plug Cardboard Sign. Circa 1900.

Colonial Club 5cent Cigar Lithographic Sign

COLONIAL CLUB 5 CENT CIGAR LITHOGRAPHIC SIGN. Circa 1900

COLONIAL CLUB 5 CENT CIGAR LITHOGRAPHIC SIGN. Circa 1900

Liggett Myers Advertising Tobacco Clock, St. Louis, MO

Liggett & Myers Advertising Tobacco Clock, St. Louis, MO. Circa 1915

Star Tobacco Brand, Liggett & Myers Advertising Clock, St. Louis, MO. Circa 1915.

Brilliant Smoking Mixture, John Weisert Tobacco Co., St. Louis, MO

Brilliant Brand Tobacco Paper Label Tin Can, John Weisert Bros. Tobacco Co., St. Louis, MO.

This is a beautiful Brilliant Brand Smoking Mixture Tobacco can from the John Weisert Bros. Tobacco Company in St. Louis, MO. Circa 1910s.

George Washington Cut Plug Lunch Box Tobacco Tin. Circa 1910

George Washington Cut Plug Smoking Tobacco Lunch Pail, Circa 1915

The George Washington Cut Plug tobacco lunch box tin was used by children to take their lunches to school in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s. This lunch box is circa 1915.

Dixie Queen Plug Cut Lunch Box Tobacco Tin. Circa 1910

Dixie Queen Cut Plug Smoking Tobacco Lunch Box Tin, Circa 1910

The Dixie Queen Cut Plug tobacco lunch box tin was used by children to take their lunches to school in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s.