Chewing Tobacco Tin Tags : 1870-1930 by Louis Storino (1997, Paperback)
About this product
|Among the least known of collectibles, tobacco tags are truly part of our American history and culture. Most of these beautiful little pieces of art are over 100 years old and come in various sizes and shapes, many very colorful. They have been collected since the 1870s, and continue to be sought after today.This reference will be welcomed by collectors, old and new. With a listing of over 6000 tin tags described and priced, 2000 illustrated tags, plus the many other illustrated and related features, this new work will fill the void and bring hours of pleasure to tobacco tag fanciers.|
|Number Of Pages||128 pages|
|Series||A Schiffer Book for Collectors|
|Publisher||Schiffer Publishing, Limited|
|Number of Volumes||1 vol.|
|LC Classification Number||NC1883.6.U6S76 1995|
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- wolfpackamoJul 18, 2011by
To identify and attribute Tobacco Tags... this is the only book to have.
This guide is very easy to follow. Several pictures to help in ientifying. The price guide is subjective, but does give an indication of the rarity of the different tags in this guide.