I decided to drive around and check out some yard sales this morning. Some of my favorite pipes have come from a dusty box in someone's garage. I didn't find any pipes today, but I did find this: Here is a little background on it that I tracked down: It is a vintage Union Leader cut plug tobacco tin. This tin was originally packaged with smoking and chewing tobacco to ensure freshness. They are sometimes referred to as ‘lunchbox’ tins as it has a little handle and opens from the side with a hinged lid. An American Bald Eagle is featured on two sides and the top. It is from the 1920s, and was produced by the P. Lorillard Tobacco Company. The company was established in 1760, and produced every kind of tobacco out there (plug, cut, chewing, snuff, smoking ) and it manufactured over 160 different brands. It is one of the oldest and largest manufacturers of tobacco products and still produces the brands Newport, Old Gold, True, Maverick, and Kent. Here is a link to my source for the above info: http://www.etsy.com/listing/87395191/union-leader-tobacco-tin Not a bad find for a lazy Saturday morning!