Almost all entry level tins are very common and easily available on ebay to anyone interested or may be less common but were made later in the 60′s or later ( if there is a bar code on the tin, it won’t be valuable).
I also include in this category, lower condition tins of mid level rarity tins.
The types of tins listed show what types of things make for a valuable tin and what things don’t.
If you believe you have tins or tobacciana that we might be interested in, then please contact us via email, phone, or use our contact form.
[email protected] Entry Level Tobacco Tins usually sell for less than $20 each and many can be found for as low as a few dollars.
Reynolds is still one of the largest tobacco companies around, but as early as the late 1800s the company was already a major player in the tobacco industry. These can be found commonly on e Bay at virtually any time.
Tins from the Prince Albert brand are exceptionally common and nearly any version of a Prince Albert tin will be worth around $5-10.
The most popular images, though, focused on sailors and the Navy.
The one exception is the “Now King” tin which was made for only a year or two before the King died in 1910 and can be quite valuable and is very rare.
Reynolds used new technologies like steam power and machinery to grow his business and buy up other competitors.
The company heavily advertised the Prince Albert brand and it is probably the most common tin seen in the market.
We do not take these types of tins on consignment because they are just too common.
Offset lithography was developed in the 1870s and patented in 1875 to create an efficient way to print on tin.
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