L to N cigs

Cigarettes prepared for practical use include
20 herbal cigarettes (generally Honey Rose herbals), inner foil, outer label, tobacco stamp appropriate for the age of the cigarette, and cellophane outside wrap with a contrast color opening strip which runs along a pre-perforation in the cellophane for easy opening.

Cigarettes are available in the 60mm "regular size" size which is common from the 1880s through the mid-1950s, and the 80mm "king" size which began being in general use from the late 1940's through today. It is necessary to cut down the 80mm herbals in order to make them suitable for 60mm packages, although once you remove the filters, it is necessary to put a 1/4" spacer in the bottom of the pack as the removal of the filter makes the cigarette shorter than 60mm.

Cigarettes are also available in the box containers which were popular beginning in 1953 and continue to today.

The 100mm cigarettes common to the late 1960s and early 1970s is not available in an herbal size.
It is possible to have 100mm tubes packed with herbal tobacco for a premium cost.

Belair and Chesterfield come with coupons which are contained within the sealed cellophane. Early cigarettes such as the Duke Cameos are only 10 to a package.

History For Hire will also prepare cigarette packages with provided art if so desired.

Our graphics work is digitally created/stored so most of our work is custom and on demand. We carry very little back stock, but occasionally have overruns which can be purchased individually. Our custom practical cigarettes are $70 per pack, with a minimum purchase of $100.00. Individual label/tobacco stamp sets are $4.50 per set, and there is a $35 minimum order cost when purchasing overrun/overstock labels.

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