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    Posted 9 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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