Incredible Tobacco & Cigarette Tin Collection Up For Auction February 28th and 29th
Scribner Auction is calling all vintage collectors to their auction to wrap up the month of February. This two day auction has the collection of Larry Highberg up for grabs on the auction block! This is a lifetime collection with some incredibly rare pieces. Over 800 lots have been put together in this sale to suit any collector. The entire catalog is available for online viewing and absentee bidding is already open.
A selection of feature pieces from the first day; which has over 260 lots selling on Friday night:
Lot 4 – Buckingham Bright Cut Plug Smoking Tobacco “Trial Package” (3″ x 2″) Match striker bottom
Lot 99 – HandBag Cut Plug Tobacco Lunch Pail Tin (6″ x 7″ x 4″)
Lot 186 – Red Jacket Smoking Tobacco for Pipe & Cigarette “A Sure Winner” Pocket Tin (4-1/4″ x 3″)
Lot 222 – Hand Made Flake Cut Globe Tobacco Co. Detroit Mich. Tin (4″ x 3-1/2″)
Lot 239 – Honeymoon For Pipe Double Cut Smoking Tobacco Penn Tobacco Co. Pocket Tin (4-1/2″ x 3″)
Lot 253 – MacDonald’s “Pilot” Tobacco For Pipe or Cigarettes Tin (4″ x 4″)
Saturday delivers over 550 Lots to the live and online audience. Here are some of the features:
Lot 409 – Union Leader Milk Pail Style Tobacco Canister (4-3/4″ x 7-1/2″)
Lot 477 – Canada Straight Cut Plug Cigarette Tobacco 25¢ Half Can Tin (3″ x 4-1/4″)
Lot 520 – Twin Oaks Mixture Pocket Tin (Fold Over Lid) (4″ x 3-1/2″)
Lot 578 – Black Cat Cigarettes Sign (35″H x 59″W)
Lot 615 – Forest and Stream Tobacco Pocket Tin (Canoe Scene) (4-1/4″ x 3″)
Lot 646 – Imperial Mixture Hudson’s Bay Company Tin (3″ x 4-1/4″)
Everything opens for five dollars making this a highly sought after fast paced auction event. Collectors will have a ton of fun bidding on these unique and interesting pieces. Be sure to leave bids ahead of time to ensure the best chance of winning!
The Friday February 28th, 2020 Session opens at 5:30 PM Mountain Time and the Saturday February 29th, 2020 Session kicks off in the morning at 10AM Mountain Time. Bidders are encouraged to register early, put in their maximum bids as early as possible, and be sure to ask questions through email or phone directly to the auctioneer.