Uncommon "Boars Head" store counter tin, Pritchard and Burton (c 1910)
Antique "Boars Head Tobacco" country store tin dating to the 1910's. Lunch pail style designed to hold cut plug tobacco on a store counter. Attributed to the Pritchard and Burton tobacco manufacturing company, London, England.
Orangey gold tin with bold blue lettering on top, front and back. Fabulous graphic of the trademarked boar on both ends.
Measures: 8.5" long x 5" wide x 5" tall.
Unusual piece of early American advertising in very good vintage condition.
- Antique "Boars Head Tobacco" store counter tin
- Orange gold tin with blue lettering and boar's head graphics
- Attributed to the Pritchard and Burton tobacco co., London
- Circa 1910
Very good vintage condition, given its age. Minor rusting on lid and inside. Rust pitting and scratches in the paint which do not detract from the overall effect. Please "click and zoom" on the photos for a more detailed view.
Measures: 8.5" long x 5" wide x 5" tall
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