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    Posted 10 years ago

    primal71
    (15 items)

    Although one side of this tin has some rust, it is overall in good condition. The coloring is still good and the writing is legible. I couldn't begin to guess its age.

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    1. antiquetobacco, 9 years ago
      The Bugler tin is quite common and was produced for Brown and Williamson Tobacco Company. Value between $1-25, probably on the low end.

      For more information on Antique Tobacco Tins and Collectibles check out this site:
      <a href="http://antiquetobacco.com/" title="Antique Tobacco Collectibles">Antique Tobacco Collectibles</a>
    2. jimborasco jimborasco, 9 years ago
      Love it! My parents were smokers and i can remember them buying Bugler in a can the size of a coffee can and using a mechanical roller and rolling a hundred cigarettes at a time. Thanks for the memories. Jimbo

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