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National Cabinet Cigar Box Label #1 This cigar box label with an eagle on a crest and bay behind it is marked National Cabinet . In black and white with gold seals it also says, Fabrica De Tasacos / Para la buena elaboracion garantizan los Fabricantes / Flor Fina / Puros..
Cigars were originally sold in bundles covered with pigs' bladders (with a pod of vanilla to improve the smell); then came the use of large chests, holding up to10,000 cigars. But in 1830, the banking firm of H.Upmann started shipping back cigars, for the use of its directors in London, in sealed cedar boxes stamped with the bank's emblem. When the bank decided to go, full-scale, into the cigar business, the cedar box took off as a form of packaging for all the major Havana brands, and all hand made cigars (though small quantities today are sometimes packages in cardboard cartons, and single cigars of many brands come in aluminum tubes lined with cedar). Cedar helps to prevent cigars from drying out and furthers the maturing process.
The idea of using colorful lithographic labels, now used for all handmade brands, wherever they come from, started when Ramon Allones, a Galician immigrant to Cuba, initiated it for the brand he started in 1837. As the industry grew in the mid-19th century, so did the need for clear brand identification. Labels or other illustrations also appear on the inside of the lids of many Havana and other brands. Boxes also usually have colorful decorative borders. The cedar box is sometimes referred to as a boite nature. Paper, usually colored, is normally glued to the interior of the box and is used to cover the cigars it contains. Finally, after being filled and checked, the box is nailed shut and tightly sealed with a green and white label (a custom dating from 1912) to guarantee that the cigars are genuine Havanas. The practice of using labels, usually printed in similar colors and with similar wording, to seal the box continues today for most handmade brands, Cuban or not.
In very good condition it does have paper age marks which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 5 7/8 inches tall and 9 3/8 inches wide.
An addition to any Cigar Box Label Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: National Cabinet  

Your Price: $60.00
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National Cabinet Cigar Box Label #2 This cigar box label with an eagle on a crest and bay behind it is marked National Cabinet . In black and white with gold seals it also says, Fabrica De Tasacos / Para la buena elaboracion garantizan los Fabricantes / Flor Fina / Puros..
Cigars were originally sold in bundles covered with pigs' bladders (with a pod of vanilla to improve the smell); then came the use of large chests, holding up to10,000 cigars. But in 1830, the banking firm of H.Upmann started shipping back cigars, for the use of its directors in London, in sealed cedar boxes stamped with the bank's emblem. When the bank decided to go, full-scale, into the cigar business, the cedar box took off as a form of packaging for all the major Havana brands, and all hand made cigars (though small quantities today are sometimes packages in cardboard cartons, and single cigars of many brands come in aluminum tubes lined with cedar). Cedar helps to prevent cigars from drying out and furthers the maturing process.
The idea of using colorful lithographic labels, now used for all handmade brands, wherever they come from, started when Ramon Allones, a Galician immigrant to Cuba, initiated it for the brand he started in 1837. As the industry grew in the mid-19th century, so did the need for clear brand identification. Labels or other illustrations also appear on the inside of the lids of many Havana and other brands. Boxes also usually have colorful decorative borders. The cedar box is sometimes referred to as a boite nature. Paper, usually colored, is normally glued to the interior of the box and is used to cover the cigars it contains. Finally, after being filled and checked, the box is nailed shut and tightly sealed with a green and white label (a custom dating from 1912) to guarantee that the cigars are genuine Havanas. The practice of using labels, usually printed in similar colors and with similar wording, to seal the box continues today for most handmade brands, Cuban or not.
In very good condition it does have paper age marks which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 5 7/8 inches tall and 9 3/8 inches wide.
An addition to any Cigar Box Label Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: National Cabinet  

Your Price: $60.00
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National Cabinet Cigar Box Label #3 This cigar box label with an eagle on a crest and bay behind it is marked National Cabinet . In black and white with gold seals it also says, Fabrica De Tasacos / Para la buena elaboracion garantizan los Fabricantes / Flor Fina / Puros..
Cigars were originally sold in bundles covered with pigs' bladders (with a pod of vanilla to improve the smell); then came the use of large chests, holding up to10,000 cigars. But in 1830, the banking firm of H.Upmann started shipping back cigars, for the use of its directors in London, in sealed cedar boxes stamped with the bank's emblem. When the bank decided to go, full-scale, into the cigar business, the cedar box took off as a form of packaging for all the major Havana brands, and all hand made cigars (though small quantities today are sometimes packages in cardboard cartons, and single cigars of many brands come in aluminum tubes lined with cedar). Cedar helps to prevent cigars from drying out and furthers the maturing process.
The idea of using colorful lithographic labels, now used for all handmade brands, wherever they come from, started when Ramon Allones, a Galician immigrant to Cuba, initiated it for the brand he started in 1837. As the industry grew in the mid-19th century, so did the need for clear brand identification. Labels or other illustrations also appear on the inside of the lids of many Havana and other brands. Boxes also usually have colorful decorative borders. The cedar box is sometimes referred to as a boite nature. Paper, usually colored, is normally glued to the interior of the box and is used to cover the cigars it contains. Finally, after being filled and checked, the box is nailed shut and tightly sealed with a green and white label (a custom dating from 1912) to guarantee that the cigars are genuine Havanas. The practice of using labels, usually printed in similar colors and with similar wording, to seal the box continues today for most handmade brands, Cuban or not.
In very good condition it does have paper age marks which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 5 7/8 inches tall and 9 3/8 inches wide.
An addition to any Cigar Box Label Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: u
Manufacturer: National Cabinet  

Your Price: $60.00
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National Cabinet Cigar Box Label #4 This cigar box label with an eagle on a crest and bay behind it is marked National Cabinet . In black and white with gold seals it also says, Fabrica De Tasacos / Para la buena elaboracion garantizan los Fabricantes / Flor Fina / Puros..
Cigars were originally sold in bundles covered with pigs' bladders (with a pod of vanilla to improve the smell); then came the use of large chests, holding up to10,000 cigars. But in 1830, the banking firm of H.Upmann started shipping back cigars, for the use of its directors in London, in sealed cedar boxes stamped with the bank's emblem. When the bank decided to go, full-scale, into the cigar business, the cedar box took off as a form of packaging for all the major Havana brands, and all hand made cigars (though small quantities today are sometimes packages in cardboard cartons, and single cigars of many brands come in aluminum tubes lined with cedar). Cedar helps to prevent cigars from drying out and furthers the maturing process.
The idea of using colorful lithographic labels, now used for all handmade brands, wherever they come from, started when Ramon Allones, a Galician immigrant to Cuba, initiated it for the brand he started in 1837. As the industry grew in the mid-19th century, so did the need for clear brand identification. Labels or other illustrations also appear on the inside of the lids of many Havana and other brands. Boxes also usually have colorful decorative borders. The cedar box is sometimes referred to as a boite nature. Paper, usually colored, is normally glued to the interior of the box and is used to cover the cigars it contains. Finally, after being filled and checked, the box is nailed shut and tightly sealed with a green and white label (a custom dating from 1912) to guarantee that the cigars are genuine Havanas. The practice of using labels, usually printed in similar colors and with similar wording, to seal the box continues today for most handmade brands, Cuban or not.
In very good condition it does have paper age marks which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 5 7/8 inches tall and 9 3/8 inches wide.
An addition to any Cigar Box Label Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: u
Manufacturer: National Cabinet  

Your Price: $60.00
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National Cabinet Cigar Box Label #5 This cigar box label with an eagle on a crest and bay behind it is marked National Cabinet . In black and white with gold seals it also says, Fabrica De Tasacos / Para la buena elaboracion garantizan los Fabricantes / Flor Fina / Puros..
Cigars were originally sold in bundles covered with pigs' bladders (with a pod of vanilla to improve the smell); then came the use of large chests, holding up to10,000 cigars. But in 1830, the banking firm of H.Upmann started shipping back cigars, for the use of its directors in London, in sealed cedar boxes stamped with the bank's emblem. When the bank decided to go, full-scale, into the cigar business, the cedar box took off as a form of packaging for all the major Havana brands, and all hand made cigars (though small quantities today are sometimes packages in cardboard cartons, and single cigars of many brands come in aluminum tubes lined with cedar). Cedar helps to prevent cigars from drying out and furthers the maturing process.
The idea of using colorful lithographic labels, now used for all handmade brands, wherever they come from, started when Ramon Allones, a Galician immigrant to Cuba, initiated it for the brand he started in 1837. As the industry grew in the mid-19th century, so did the need for clear brand identification. Labels or other illustrations also appear on the inside of the lids of many Havana and other brands. Boxes also usually have colorful decorative borders. The cedar box is sometimes referred to as a boite nature. Paper, usually colored, is normally glued to the interior of the box and is used to cover the cigars it contains. Finally, after being filled and checked, the box is nailed shut and tightly sealed with a green and white label (a custom dating from 1912) to guarantee that the cigars are genuine Havanas. The practice of using labels, usually printed in similar colors and with similar wording, to seal the box continues today for most handmade brands, Cuban or not.
In very good condition it does have paper age marks which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 5 7/8 inches tall and 9 3/8 inches wide.
An addition to any Cigar Box Label Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: National Cabinet  

Your Price: $60.00
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National Cabinet Cigar Box Label #6 This cigar box label with an eagle on a crest and bay behind it is marked National Cabinet . In black and white with gold seals it also says, Fabrica De Tasacos / Para la buena elaboracion garantizan los Fabricantes / Flor Fina / Puros..
Cigars were originally sold in bundles covered with pigs' bladders (with a pod of vanilla to improve the smell); then came the use of large chests, holding up to10,000 cigars. But in 1830, the banking firm of H.Upmann started shipping back cigars, for the use of its directors in London, in sealed cedar boxes stamped with the bank's emblem. When the bank decided to go, full-scale, into the cigar business, the cedar box took off as a form of packaging for all the major Havana brands, and all hand made cigars (though small quantities today are sometimes packages in cardboard cartons, and single cigars of many brands come in aluminum tubes lined with cedar). Cedar helps to prevent cigars from drying out and furthers the maturing process.
The idea of using colorful lithographic labels, now used for all handmade brands, wherever they come from, started when Ramon Allones, a Galician immigrant to Cuba, initiated it for the brand he started in 1837. As the industry grew in the mid-19th century, so did the need for clear brand identification. Labels or other illustrations also appear on the inside of the lids of many Havana and other brands. Boxes also usually have colorful decorative borders. The cedar box is sometimes referred to as a boite nature. Paper, usually colored, is normally glued to the interior of the box and is used to cover the cigars it contains. Finally, after being filled and checked, the box is nailed shut and tightly sealed with a green and white label (a custom dating from 1912) to guarantee that the cigars are genuine Havanas. The practice of using labels, usually printed in similar colors and with similar wording, to seal the box continues today for most handmade brands, Cuban or not.
In very good condition it does have paper age marks which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 5 7/8 inches tall and 9 3/8 inches wide.
An addition to any Cigar Box Label Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: National Cabinet  

Your Price: $60.00
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National Cabinet Cigar Box Label #7 This cigar box label with an eagle on a crest and bay behind it is marked National Cabinet . In black and white with gold seals it also says, Fabrica De Tasacos / Para la buena elaboracion garantizan los Fabricantes / Flor Fina / Puros..
Cigars were originally sold in bundles covered with pigs' bladders (with a pod of vanilla to improve the smell); then came the use of large chests, holding up to10,000 cigars. But in 1830, the banking firm of H.Upmann started shipping back cigars, for the use of its directors in London, in sealed cedar boxes stamped with the bank's emblem. When the bank decided to go, full-scale, into the cigar business, the cedar box took off as a form of packaging for all the major Havana brands, and all hand made cigars (though small quantities today are sometimes packages in cardboard cartons, and single cigars of many brands come in aluminum tubes lined with cedar). Cedar helps to prevent cigars from drying out and furthers the maturing process.
The idea of using colorful lithographic labels, now used for all handmade brands, wherever they come from, started when Ramon Allones, a Galician immigrant to Cuba, initiated it for the brand he started in 1837. As the industry grew in the mid-19th century, so did the need for clear brand identification. Labels or other illustrations also appear on the inside of the lids of many Havana and other brands. Boxes also usually have colorful decorative borders. The cedar box is sometimes referred to as a boite nature. Paper, usually colored, is normally glued to the interior of the box and is used to cover the cigars it contains. Finally, after being filled and checked, the box is nailed shut and tightly sealed with a green and white label (a custom dating from 1912) to guarantee that the cigars are genuine Havanas. The practice of using labels, usually printed in similar colors and with similar wording, to seal the box continues today for most handmade brands, Cuban or not.
In good + condition it does have paper age marks on the front and smudge marks on the lower right hand corner on the back which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 5 7/8 inches tall and 9 3/8 inches wide.
An addition to any Cigar Box Label Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: National Cabinet  

Your Price: $40.00
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National Cabinet Cigar Box Label #8 This cigar box label with an eagle on a crest and bay behind it is marked National Cabinet . In black and white with gold seals it also says, Fabrica De Tasacos / Para la buena elaboracion garantizan los Fabricantes / Flor Fina / Puros..
Cigars were originally sold in bundles covered with pigs' bladders (with a pod of vanilla to improve the smell); then came the use of large chests, holding up to10,000 cigars. But in 1830, the banking firm of H.Upmann started shipping back cigars, for the use of its directors in London, in sealed cedar boxes stamped with the bank's emblem. When the bank decided to go, full-scale, into the cigar business, the cedar box took off as a form of packaging for all the major Havana brands, and all hand made cigars (though small quantities today are sometimes packages in cardboard cartons, and single cigars of many brands come in aluminum tubes lined with cedar). Cedar helps to prevent cigars from drying out and furthers the maturing process.
The idea of using colorful lithographic labels, now used for all handmade brands, wherever they come from, started when Ramon Allones, a Galician immigrant to Cuba, initiated it for the brand he started in 1837. As the industry grew in the mid-19th century, so did the need for clear brand identification. Labels or other illustrations also appear on the inside of the lids of many Havana and other brands. Boxes also usually have colorful decorative borders. The cedar box is sometimes referred to as a boite nature. Paper, usually colored, is normally glued to the interior of the box and is used to cover the cigars it contains. Finally, after being filled and checked, the box is nailed shut and tightly sealed with a green and white label (a custom dating from 1912) to guarantee that the cigars are genuine Havanas. The practice of using labels, usually printed in similar colors and with similar wording, to seal the box continues today for most handmade brands, Cuban or not.
In good + condition it does have paper age marks and smudge marks which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 5 7/8 inches tall and 9 3/8 inches wide.
An addition to any Cigar Box Label Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: National Cabinet  

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National Cabinet Cigar Box Label #9 This cigar box label with an eagle on a crest and bay behind it is marked National Cabinet . In black and white with gold seals it also says, Fabrica De Tasacos / Para la buena elaboracion garantizan los Fabricantes / Flor Fina / Puros..
Cigars were originally sold in bundles covered with pigs' bladders (with a pod of vanilla to improve the smell); then came the use of large chests, holding up to10,000 cigars. But in 1830, the banking firm of H.Upmann started shipping back cigars, for the use of its directors in London, in sealed cedar boxes stamped with the bank's emblem. When the bank decided to go, full-scale, into the cigar business, the cedar box took off as a form of packaging for all the major Havana brands, and all hand made cigars (though small quantities today are sometimes packages in cardboard cartons, and single cigars of many brands come in aluminum tubes lined with cedar). Cedar helps to prevent cigars from drying out and furthers the maturing process.
The idea of using colorful lithographic labels, now used for all handmade brands, wherever they come from, started when Ramon Allones, a Galician immigrant to Cuba, initiated it for the brand he started in 1837. As the industry grew in the mid-19th century, so did the need for clear brand identification. Labels or other illustrations also appear on the inside of the lids of many Havana and other brands. Boxes also usually have colorful decorative borders. The cedar box is sometimes referred to as a boite nature. Paper, usually colored, is normally glued to the interior of the box and is used to cover the cigars it contains. Finally, after being filled and checked, the box is nailed shut and tightly sealed with a green and white label (a custom dating from 1912) to guarantee that the cigars are genuine Havanas. The practice of using labels, usually printed in similar colors and with similar wording, to seal the box continues today for most handmade brands, Cuban or not.
In good condition it does have paper age marks and a small tear on the bottom which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 5 7/8 inches tall and 9 3/8 inches wide.
An addition to any Cigar Box Label Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: National Cabinet  

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National Cabinet Cigar Box Label #10 This cigar box label with an eagle on a crest and bay behind it is marked National Cabinet . In black and white with gold seals it also says, Fabrica De Tasacos / Para la buena elaboracion garantizan los Fabricantes / Flor Fina / Puros..
Cigars were originally sold in bundles covered with pigs' bladders (with a pod of vanilla to improve the smell); then came the use of large chests, holding up to10,000 cigars. But in 1830, the banking firm of H.Upmann started shipping back cigars, for the use of its directors in London, in sealed cedar boxes stamped with the bank's emblem. When the bank decided to go, full-scale, into the cigar business, the cedar box took off as a form of packaging for all the major Havana brands, and all hand made cigars (though small quantities today are sometimes packages in cardboard cartons, and single cigars of many brands come in aluminum tubes lined with cedar). Cedar helps to prevent cigars from drying out and furthers the maturing process.
The idea of using colorful lithographic labels, now used for all handmade brands, wherever they come from, started when Ramon Allones, a Galician immigrant to Cuba, initiated it for the brand he started in 1837. As the industry grew in the mid-19th century, so did the need for clear brand identification. Labels or other illustrations also appear on the inside of the lids of many Havana and other brands. Boxes also usually have colorful decorative borders. The cedar box is sometimes referred to as a boite nature. Paper, usually colored, is normally glued to the interior of the box and is used to cover the cigars it contains. Finally, after being filled and checked, the box is nailed shut and tightly sealed with a green and white label (a custom dating from 1912) to guarantee that the cigars are genuine Havanas. The practice of using labels, usually printed in similar colors and with similar wording, to seal the box continues today for most handmade brands, Cuban or not.
In good condition it does have paper age marks and a corner fold in the upper right hand side corner which I have shown in my pictures and it measures 5 7/8 inches tall and 9 3/8 inches wide.
An addition to any Cigar Box Label Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions please contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: National Cabinet  

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Vinatge Tuxedo Tobacco Tin-1928 This vintage metallic green with gold lettering Tuxedo Tobacco tin, specially prepared for pipe or cigarette, is from March 1928.
It still has the original paper label on the top of the tin that says 1 3/4 ounces tobacco.
The curved can is in good condition with some rust and a paint drip on the back but the lettering is all there which I have shown in my pictures.
An addition to any Tobacciana Collection.
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Circa: 1928
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Tuxedo Tobacco  

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RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company Camel Advertising Tin This is a wonderful little tin advertising Camel cigarettes from the RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company.
In Black with gold lettering it has the famous Camel logo on the lid marked with Camel-Genuine Taste. The tin itself has an array of desert houses and palm trees and it measures 2 inches high and 4 1/4 inches in diameter.
I have two of this tins in stock. Price quoted is for each one ordered.
An addition to any RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company Tobacciana Tin Collection.
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Circa: 1980
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company  

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Joe Camel Super Jumbo 14 oz Plastic Mug This black plastic mug with Joe Camel ready to ride his motorcycle is marked: Super Jumbo 14 OZ. / Betras USA.
In very good condition it measures 3 5/8 inches tall and 3 3/4 inches across the rim.
An addition to any RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company's Camel Advertising Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.
Circa: 1980
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: RJ Reynolds Tobacco Company/Made in USA  

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Marble Ashtrays w/Metal Band This set of marble ashtrays with metal band and cigarette rest, which I believe to be brass, have no makers mark.
Patterned to look like tree bark they are in colors of mixed browns, yellow, greys and greens.
In very good condition, without chips or cracks, one ashtray does have ash marks in the center, which I have shown in my pictures and they measure 3/4 inches high and 4 1/2 inches in diameter.
An addition to any Tobacciana Collection.
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Circa: 1960
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: Unmarked  

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California USA 3 Piece Patio Ashtray Set This vintage 3 piece patio set of pottery ashtrays are marked on the bottom: Calif. / USA.
Aqua in color with white accents the outside of the ashtrays have a bamboo shaped rim with a bamboo leaf in the bottom.
The 3 ashtrays sit inside each other and are in very good but used condition, the small one #179S has an inside chip on the leg on the bottom, which I have shown in my pictures, and measures 2 1/4 inches high, 8 1/4 inches long and 6 inches wide, the medium one #197M has 2 small chips inside the cigarette holder from sitting into the other ashtray and it measures 2 1/4 inches high, 10 inches long and 8 inches wide while the large one #179L measures 2 1/4 inches high, 12 inches long and 9 1/2 inches wide.
An addition to any Tobacciana or California USA Pottery Ashtray Collection.
SH & Ins. will be quoted after orders placed. If you have questions feel free to contact me and thank you for looking.

Circa: 1950
Condition: Used
Manufacturer: California/Made in USA  

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