Dating prince albert tins
I also include in this category, lower condition tins of mid level rarity tins.
Common brands seen as entry level tins are Prince Albert, Velvet, Tuxedo, Sir Walter Raliegh, Dill’s Best, Model, and Union Leader.
High End Collectible Tobacco Tins are those that advanced and experienced collectors are actively looking for.
This usually means that these tins are fairly rare and don’t come up for sale often.
We handle all types of tobacco tins and tobacciana from single items to entire collections.
The types of tins listed show what types of things make for a valuable tin and what things don’t.
Prince Albert was a very popular brand of tobacco first made in 1907.
It was named for the future king of England, Edward VII (called "Albert" by his family), and his picture was on the front. was founded by Henry Theodore Cushman in 1889 and remained in business until 1980.
We buy all types of tobacco tins and tobacciana and not only do we pay more money than other dealers, in most situations we can pay you before you have to ship anything to us.However, we don’t have every tin out there listed on the site so if you think your tin might be valuable, feel free to send us a picture to look at and we’ll be happy to help.We occasionally will have mid-level tins for sale at auction if they are part of a larger collection.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).To bring top prices tins need to be in good condition without areas of the lithography scraped off, without fading, rust, dents or other defects and preferable with a nice shine to the finish of the tin.
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Mid Level Tobacco Tins usually sell for $20-80 and include tins that are somewhat scarce, have moderate demand, or for whatever reason collectors are willing to pay elevated prices for.