First off, a pic: I picked these two up today while out at an antique shop at an extraordinarily silly price. I was intending to just use them as display fodder for my parlor, possibly popping the tin and taking a test smoke before relegating the remainder of the tobacco to a jar and the tins to a display shelf. Then I searched for them online to see if I could pick up some bigger tins. Dang. Both tins are 2 oz and sealed. Neither has an address, only "Sobranie House, London". The 759 mixture has a pull ring that says only: "Pat Pend". The Virginian No 10 has a cutter top. My problem is that I not only don't know how to determine the date on either of these with the missing address, I also don't know if I should hang on to them sealed and await the time when my pallette is worthy, just turn around and sell them, or pop them, smoke some and jar the rest. So on to my question is this: Are these things really as tasty as their resale price indicates?