DAY 39 Highlights Cigarette/Smoking Memorabilia

Lucky Strike cigarette tin, Prince Allbert and Sir Walter Raleigh Tobacco Tins, rolling papers, Cigarette Roller from 1950s-60s, and Bugler Cigarette Case

The above photo includes a Lucky Strike cigarette tin, Prince Albert and Sir Walter Raleigh Tins, cigarette rolling papers, a cigarette roller from the 1950s-60s, and a Bugler Cigarette Case.

Jitney Smoker Board used in bars, old tobacco pouch 1930s, gold plated cigarette case, ash tray/lighter of slag glass from the 30s all at Bahoukas in Havre de Grace

This photo includes a Jitney Smoker board used in bars – 5 cents for a punch – back when cigarettes were actually 5 cents a pack! The word “Jitney’ has some interesting, if vague, history. Here’s an interesting quote:

The story begins near the end of the nineteenth century. Jitney (or gitney) was then a slang term for five cents (or perhaps for a nickel coin, it’s hard to tell).    from

The smoking tobacco pouch was for advertising, you could add your company. The beautiful gold plated cigarette case was made in England. It’s quite stunning. The ashtray also has a lighter, made from slag glass from the 1930s.

For the collector of cigarette memorabilia, there are some stunning items here. Stop by soon to grab the special piece you’d like to give the collector on your holiday list. Yep, we’ll be watchin’ for ya!