Big Ben Smoking Tobacco for Pipes and Cigarettes, made in Louisville, Kentucky. MINT Un-Opened condition. The front retains the Tobacco Workers Union applied label. The J. Q. Adams Series 113, 2 ounce tobacco tax stamp is dated Feb. 26, 1926. There is no damage to the box. This will be shrink wrapped for protection. Box is 4 1/2" by 2 7/8" by 7/8". This is not an advertising tobacco tin. The cardboard containers were generally issued during the war years when manufacturers were conserving metal for the war effort. Brown & Williamson opened the Louisville, Kentucky factory in 1927.
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