I agree with Ade.
by Adrian Stevenson
He is correct in the time frame for these. The package design is too modern
for the WWII era.
My father smoked most of his life, and I remember him telling me once that
cigarettes were sold in packs of 5 for a nickel - a penny apiece. This is the
first time I've seen a 'five-pack' ( unless 'Prince Albert' brand came in a
tin of 5 or 10 during the Korean war. I've seen photos of these.)
I do not know when this was changed over to
20 smokes per pack...........
Hang on to them - Don't smoke them !
Last edited by Walkwolf; 12-03-2010 at 03:42 AM.
12-03-2010 03:26 AM
I would never smoke them, they mean too much to me.
They will be passed on to my kids and so on.