Pictured for sale is a Vintage 1940’s Dick Custer Cigar Tin and a Cigarette Compact Case. Below is a description and condition of each Tin:
1.)1940's Dick Custer Cigar Tin. The company was producing cigars in the 1900's and the colorful illustration on the front of the tin is supposedly that of General George Armstrong Custer. Remember it was on June 24th and 25th in the year 1876 that The Battle of The Little Big Horn took place and by using an illustration of Custer it may have helped to sell their small cigars. The tin held 20 small cigars. The tin measures 3 1/2" x 3" x 5/8".
**Condition of Dick Custer Cigar Tin: The outside and the inside of the tin are in good condition, clean and bright. There are surface scratches on the outside and inside of the tin, a few dents on the bottom of the tin, and two small spots of rust on the hinge on the outside.
2.)The second tin is a Vintage Small Cigarette Compact Case or Small Cigar Compact Case. The case measures 3 3/8" x 2 6/8" and possibly held as many as 8 tobacco products. The case is brown and gold on the outside and features a picture of a horse drawn Victorian carriage with a driver and a rider in the back of the coach.
**Condition: The outside and the inside of the case are in good- condition. There is surface wear, scratches, and normal wear from being used. The inside is very clean on one side while the other side is moderately worn.
Two neat items for yourself or to give a friend that collects vintage tobacco items.
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