Brotherhood Cut Plug Lunch Pail Tobacco Tin

Brotherhood Tobacco Lunch Box Tin 1910

The Brotherhood Tobacco lunch box tin was used by children to take their lunches to school in the late 1800’s to early 1900’s.

Yankee Boy Cut Plug Pocket Tobacco Tin

Yankee Boy Cut Plug Pocket Tobacco Tin

Yankee Boy Pocket Tobacco Tin, featuring a baseball player called Yankee Boy Brand. This brand was fairly popular 100 years ago and pocket tobacco tins are highly collected today. Circa 1917.

Union Leader Milk Can Tobacco Tin

Union Leader Milk Can Tobacco Tin

Union Leader Tobacco Tin in the shape of a milk pail or can sold by the Lorillard Tobacco Company. This style of tobacco tin is unique and this brand might be the only one who utilized a milk can mechanism to sell their cut plug tobacco. Circa 1915 Tobacco Tin.

Rod and Gun Smoking Tobacco, John Weissert

Rod and Gun Smoking Tobacco, John Weissert

Circa 1930s, A store display of individual smoking packages from the John Weissert company in St. Louis, MO. The Rod and Gun Tobacco Brand was just one of many different brands that this company sold including Big John Brand and Orphan Boy as two of their other major products.

Drummond Tobacco Co Advertising Booklet

Drummond Tobacco Co Horse Shoe Brand Advertising Booklet, St. Louis MO

Circa 1895, a great Horse Shoe Brand advertising booklet from the Drummond Tobacco Company in Saint Louis MO. The St. Louis area was the largest tobacco producing city around 1900 and the Drummond company was just one of many companies at the time in the city who manufactured commercially available tobacco products.

Union Leader Lunch Pail Tobacco Tin

Union Leader Lunch Pail Tobacco Tin

Union Leader Lunch Box Cut Plug Tobacco Tin. 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. One of the most common lunch pail tobacco tins to be found today. Ca 1915

Pedro Lunch Pail Tobacco Tin

Pedro Lunch Pail Tobacco Tin

Pedro Tobacco Lunch Box Advertising Tin. The lunch box of lunch pail tobacco tins feature a handle are are amongst the most collected of all tobacco tins along with the pocket size versions. Ca 1910.

Mercantile Cigar Sign, Rice Tobacco Co.

Mercantile Cigars Tin Sign, F. R. Rice Tobacco Co.

The F. R. Rice Tobacco Company based in St. Louis, MO manufactured Mercantile Cigars. At one time, St. Louis was the largest tobacco and cigar manufacturing city in the United States.