Tobacco Pouch, Leather; John Dewar & Sons Ltd; 1940-1950; WY.2000.12.3
Tobacco Pouch, LeatherAbout this object
This leather tobacco pouch was designed to keep pipe tobacco from drying out and to readily fit into a gentleman's pocket. Dewars, although a whisky producer, saw the potential of endorsing tobacco products by combining two closely associated activities.Maker
organic, processed material, animal, animal skin, leather
inorganic, processed material, metal
Embossed in gold letters in inside of flap: 'John Dewar & Sons Ltd Distillers Perth & London'
Handwritten in black ink: 'WY 2000 12'
h 90 mm x w 145 mm x d 20 mmSubject and Association Keywords
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