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Art Deco Herzegovina Tobacco Box

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One of a Kind!

Destination: Krakow, Poland

Possibly designed to look like the indigenous Americans who first smoked tobacco for medicinal and ceremonial purposes, there can be no doubt that the glamorous Art Deco design on this tin was created to appeal to women smokers. If this Polish Tobacco Monopoly tin is to be believed, some of the finest tobacco leaves of the 1930s were making their way across Europe from Herzegovina. 


Tobacco was first found and used by the pre-Colombian native Americans over 18,000 years ago. Originally cultivated and used for medicinal, religious and social purposes, it was only when Europeans began to colonize t... Read More

Details and Dimensions

5.5" Width x 4.5" Height x 1.25" Depth.
Rare, collector's item.
Some small stains and spots but in good condition.

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