Tom Keene cigars were one of the most popular brands of the early 1900's....in fact, even an actor, George Duryea, is said to have "borrowed " his name from these fine cigars. The cigars were manufactured by the General Cigar Corp. and marketed in a variety of ways, but mainly in cigar stores. This nice old brass humidor has the marking, "Factory No. 304, 1st Dist. Ohio" embossed into the metal. This was the marking for the Tom Keene cigars. The humidor is about 7 inches tall and 4 & 1/8th inches in diameter and it's marked with the number "25" which must be the quantity of cigars it held. This old can has heavy patina , but has no dents or other disfiguring marks .
Vintage Tom Keene Brass Cigar Humidor