Circa 1920s-40s. Made by the Liberty Can Co., of Lancaster, Pa., this large, colorful tin once held 50 Victor size, Bobrow Bros. cigars. It measures 5&1/4 inches tall, by 6 inches wide, by 4 inches deep, and has a hinged lid. It has a partial tax stamp that states "50 Cigars 50, Act of 1917 Series......". The colors are bright and shiny outside, and it is clean inside. There is no rust, but as I have shown in the photos, thwere are some scratches, primarily on the two sides.
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