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    Posted 9 years ago

    Kollector
    (106 items)

    A BUGLER cigarette tin with flip top lid ,This tin was used to hold cigarettes rolled with a cigarette roller. A full pack of rolling papers and a coupon were inside. Coupon is lost. It is in very good condition as the others I have had had rust . A 50's item I believe but?? Found at a garage sale in the 70's Added The Sir Walter Raleigh tin which had been misplaced

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    1. tom61375, 8 years ago
      Ah, Jail Bird cigarettes as these relics of the past are also known as. But on the level these cigarettes were a real treat for those only able to scrounge up a few cents in change. And enjoy a cheap smoke with a smile! Love it!
    2. Kollector Kollector, 8 years ago
      Hi Tom
      I have never heard of that term. My dad could only Bull Durham. I think I have a couple of bags some where that I will place on the site.
      Thanks for the note.
      Remember when You would go to the store an ask "Do you have Prince Albert in a can" If the answer Was Yes. You would say "Well let him out!!!" Depression or no Those were interesting days.
      OFF TOPIC: By the way, Did you know that
      FDR proposed a 100% income tax on everyone making more than $25,000 a year. Congress would not go along with that.
    3. Gerard, 8 years ago
      check out: http://mygerardinc.com/images/cigtns/BUGLER1.JPG

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