Snuff and Tobacco Tins

Singleton’s Snuff Tin

Singleton’s Snuff Tin. A Singleton’s Super-Menthol snuff tin. Prepared by Singleton & Cole Ltd of Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool and Shrewsbury. Pat No – 463736.  Made from aluminium. Size 1 1/2″ x 1/2″ inches. The cost of the snuff is embossed on the top of the case as being three-pence per tin. This snuff tin is of the twist type with ... Read More »

Singleton’s Snuff Tin

Singleton’s Snuff Tin. A Singleton’s Super-Menthol snuff tin. Manufactured by Illingworth’s of Kendall, England. Pat No – 591426. Made from aluminium. Size 1 1/2″ x 1/2″ inches. This snuff tin is of the twist type with a side dispenser. Read More »

Smokers Pipe Case

Smokers Pipe Case. This smokers pipe case was made to safely contain one clay pipe, tobacco and matches. The front of the case is hinged to hold the pipe, the side compartment is hinged to hold the tobacco and the back has a small hinged lidded recess to keep the matches safe. Made from tin. Size 5″ x 2″ inches. ... Read More »

J. & H. Wilson’s Snuff

J. & H. Wilson’s Snuff. Four various tins of snuff made by J. & H. Wilson. 1: Medicated No.99 Snuff, all tin and still sealed. 2: Finest Menthol Snuff, tin lid plastic base. 3: S.P. No1 Snuff, tin lid plastic base. 4: S.P. No1 Snuff, tin lid plastic base, still sealed. Sizes 1 3/4″ x 1/2″ inches. Used throughout the ... Read More »

Hedges Snuff Tins

Hedges Snuff Tins. Four various sized tins of snuff “The Snuff” made by Hedges, Birmingham, England.  Sizes (2 1/2″ x 1″ inches) … (2″ x 3/4″ inches) … (1 3/4″ x 1/2″ inches) … (1 1/2″ x 1/4″ inches). This brand of snuff was available in the colliery canteens and also in many local chemists shops. Used throughout the 1960’s ... Read More »

C M Snuff Tin

C M Snuff Tin. The C. M. Snuff was made by Gawith Hoggarth & Co Ltd Kendal, England. Size 1 1/2″ inch diameter. This brand of snuff was issued in all colliery canteens. Read More »

Gallahers Chewing Tobacco

Gallahers Chewing Tobacco. Gallahers chewing tobacco (called twist, a screw of bacca etc). This chewing tobacco came in a moist rolled piece of fresh leaf tobacco 7″ long, bent in half and inserted into the packet and sold in the colliery canteens. This make of chewing tobacco was used in the 1970’s 80’s and 1990’s. Size 5 1/2″ x 1 ... Read More »

A Miners Tobacco Tin

A Miners Tobacco Tin. A common design miners tobacco tin. Miners used to keep their chewing tobacco in these tins. With a hinged lid. Made from brass. Size 3″ x 2″ x 1″ inches.     Read More »

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