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German Zigaretten display

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    This is my tobacco box and rolling papers
    the box has still some tobacco in it about 40%
    I hope you like them Click image for larger version. 

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    Not often seen.

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    Thank you Steve!
    yes it's not that common i like the fact that it still has some dried tobacco there :P it smells really good xD

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    Nice items mate!....
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    Thanks Paul

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    Given the state of German economic collapse after WW2, when cigarettes almost became currency, it is surprising that any of this material survives today.

    Nice to have. I have a pack of wartime Dutch cigarettes in my collection.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Thanks Adrian!
    That's why i bought it without a second thought :P
    Do you have any threads about them?

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    Thanks Adrian!
    That's why i bought it without a second thought :P
    Do you have any threads about them?

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    Just a minor detail to add that it's labeled "Pfeifentabak", meaning Pipe Tobacco...notice the rough cut tobacco...My German great-grandmother rolled Cigarillos for the German Army, btw...!
    cheers, Glenn

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    Thanks Glenn didn't know that...
    Actually the guy in the front is smoking with a pipe :P just noticed that thank you!!!

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    I must have posted mine before? But I will add a pic here.

    These cigarettes were "home grown". Due to wartime shortages, people were encouraged to grow tobacco at home. They then sold the harvest to the State and these were manufactured into machine made cigarettes and sold in these packets, "Amature Cigarettes". No German tax seals on these of course.

    Cheers, Ade.
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