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Pritchard and Burton “Boar’s Head” Tobacco Counter Tin Early 20th Century


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A wonderfully patinated Pritchard and Burton (1869-1949) “Boar’s Head” Tobacco Tin, London, England. Early 20th Century.

The boldly coloured tin was used for holding tobacco and advertising on a Tobacconist’s counter top. Featuring stylised typography and medallions containing the heads of wild boar to the sides.

The Boar’s Head Shag blend, made from East Indian raw leaf tobacco was the company’s most famous, popular and celebrated blend.

  • Width: 22.5 cm (8.86″)
  • Height: 14 cm (5.51″)
  • Depth: 14.5 cm (5.71″)