Lot 259    

Lot of Tobacco Accoutrements,
2009, Shaving Mugs and Medical Antiques, May 16
includes 11 sheets of Yorkshire quality cigarette papers, distributed by Sears, Roebuck and Co.. Each sheet includes 50 strips making 250 cigarettes. PLUS a TOP cigarette tin, reading Top A Perfectly Blended Cigarette Tobacco. This copper-colored tobacco tin also has the roller for rolling the tobacco into the paper. PLUS a Rizla cigarette roller. PLUS an old cigarette roller labeled Made For Use With Brown & Williamson Products. PLUS another small tobacco rolling tin made by The Bond Roller Case Co.. PLUS the Himyar Cigarette Maker in original cardboard box. PLUS two wall trays designed for mounting to wall. One is cast iron, the other is tin and is labeled Compliments of F.H. Johnson Meats and Groceries. PLUS two corncob-style pipes with bamboo shafts, and one cigar holder.

Condition:  
All in very good condition.
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