Tobacco dating codes
[email protected] Entry Level Tobacco Tins usually sell for less than each and many can be found for as low as a few dollars.
Almost all entry level tins are very common and easily available on ebay to anyone interested or may be less common but were made later in the 60’s or later ( if there is a bar code on the tin, it won’t be valuable).
If your tin isn’t one of the brands mentioned in the Entry Level section, but it’s not listed on the site, then it’s probably a mid level tin.
However, we don’t have every tin out there listed on the site so if you think your tin might be valuable, feel free to send us a picture to look at and we’ll be happy to help.
I'm pretty sure the only codes that are up to date on this list are PM and Santa Fe.
Otherwise, RJ Reynolds changed theirs slightly but the codes are still the same, Lorillard was bought out by RJ and is now defunct, and same with Commonwealth which was bought out by ITG.
Original Answer: "RJ Reynolds has an expiration date based on the Julian calendar where every day has a number from 1 to 365 respectfully January 1st being 1 and December 31st being 365. i believe American Spirit is not tested on animals. Update: American Spirits did not previously test on animals.
However, they were bought by RJ Reynolds several years ago and now do. no The first person answered no, but cigarettes do have chocolate in them.
Newports and Camels now are all A8 or B8 at my store. The only difference is they don't skip I anymore and there's no M.High End Collectible Tobacco Tins are those that advanced and experienced collectors are actively looking for.This usually means that these tins are fairly rare and don’t come up for sale often.The first character of the last 2 characters should be a letter and the very last character is a number. A = January, B= February, C = March, D = April, E = May, F = June, G = July, H = August, Then they skip I because it looks like a One (1), so J = September and so on.. I hope that helps everyone out so we don't all have to call Grizzly to ask.The last character is a number and it is the last digit of the year. I don't know why they just don't print the date like everyone else. To read the expiration dates on Timberwolf tobacco, locate the series of number and letters on the package.
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The batch code and expiration date on our products is called a Julian Code.