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Date
n.d.
Material
paper; ink; parchment
Catalogue Number
110.01.1060
Description
a box that once contained cigarettes; it’s empty except for a folded piece of parchment. The box is covered with a light brown, heavily textured paper made to resemble leather. There is a paper hinge for opening and closing and a piece of white paper glued onto the top of the box with green letter…
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Title
Cigarette Box
Date
n.d.
Material
paper; ink; parchment
Dimensions
8.5 x 7.1 cm
Description
a box that once contained cigarettes; it’s empty except for a folded piece of parchment. The box is covered with a light brown, heavily textured paper made to resemble leather. There is a paper hinge for opening and closing and a piece of white paper glued onto the top of the box with green lettering: in the left hand top corner “BY APPOINTMENT TO”, the royal insignia underneath, and below that “HIS MAJESTY THE KING”; printed diagonally across “20 STRAIGHT CUT 20” right hand “MANUFACTURED BY BENSON AND HEDGES (CANADA) LIMITED” and across the bottom “LONDON MONTREAL NEW YORK” and on the other side of the cover another piece of white paper glued on with exactly the same information “BY APPOINTMENT TO”, the royal insignia underneath “HIS MAJESTY THE KING”, diagonally across “20 STRAIGHT CUT 20” right hand “MANUFACTURED BY BENSON AND HEDGES (CANADA) LIMITED and across the bottom “LONDON MONTREAL NEW YORK”. Previous to opening, the box had a grey and white stamp sealing it shut (it is now in two pieces because it has been opened) ”20” in both top corners. An arc “CANADA” a larger (1.0Cm) “20” with the word “CIGARETTES “ printed inside a rectangular box; on the the bottom”CIGARETTES” underneath “SERIES 1915”.
Credit
Gift of Joan Boyd for Dorothy Boyce (Estate), Banff, 2010
Catalogue Number
110.01.1060
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Date
1965
Material
metal; paint; paper
Catalogue Number
110.01.1065
Description
A hinged flat Player’s cigarette box made out of metal. It was commonly known as a Players Flat 50. The box is light blue with gold and red edging. The Players logo (a white life preserver with red lettering “PLAYERS NAVY CUT” with a seaman in the centre, and the sea and two sailing ships beyond, i…
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Title
Cigarette Box
Date
1965
Material
metal; paint; paper
Dimensions
15.0 x 10.10 cm
Description
A hinged flat Player’s cigarette box made out of metal. It was commonly known as a Players Flat 50. The box is light blue with gold and red edging. The Players logo (a white life preserver with red lettering “PLAYERS NAVY CUT” with a seaman in the centre, and the sea and two sailing ships beyond, is in the left corner, “Players” in black and red script, and “NAVY CUT CIGARETTES “MEDIUM” “ in the right hand corner. There is a remnant of the paper excise tax stamp in black and white. On the top part of the gold-coloured bottom in black writing “OPENING RIBBON” and then an arrow pointing right followed by “PAT’D 1934-35” and on the bottom “MANUFACTURED BY IMPERIAL TOBACCO CO. OF CANADA, LIMITED, MONTREAL, CANADA SUCCESSOR TO JOHN PLAYER 7 SONS, ENGLAND. The inside top cover has the Players logo (a life preserver with black lettering “PLAYERS NAVY CUT” with a seaman in the centre, the sea and two sailing ships beyond, is in the left corner, “Players” in black script, and “NAVY CUT CIGARETTES “MEDIUM” ”. There are two pieces of silver paper with white backing inside the cigarette box.
Subject
pastimes
habit
smoking
Bill Peyto
Credit
Gift of Robert Peyto, Shawnigan Lake, 1967
Catalogue Number
110.01.1065
Images
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Date
1940 – 1955
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
103.08.1101
Description
A silver coloured metal cigarette box with black engravings of figure- like silhouettes on each side and top. There is a heart shaped lever on the right side which pops the cigarettes out the hole on the left side.
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Title
Cigarette Box
Date
1940 – 1955
Material
metal
Dimensions
7.2 x 9.2 cm
Description
A silver coloured metal cigarette box with black engravings of figure- like silhouettes on each side and top. There is a heart shaped lever on the right side which pops the cigarettes out the hole on the left side.
Subject
households
pastime
habit
Credit
Purchased from Phyllis Cain, Banff, 1988
Catalogue Number
103.08.1101
Images
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Date
1943
Material
soapstone
Catalogue Number
103.08.1151 a-d
Description
Four hand-carved soapstone cigarette holders:a) A very short (4.0 long x1.2cm diameter on the end) cigarette holder with a round mouthpiece;b) A short cigarette holder (5.7 long x 0.60cm diameter on the end) with a round mouthpiece and two indented lines for decoration; c) A short, white alabaster…
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Title
Cigarette Holder
Date
1943
Material
soapstone
Description
Four hand-carved soapstone cigarette holders:a) A very short (4.0 long x1.2cm diameter on the end) cigarette holder with a round mouthpiece;b) A short cigarette holder (5.7 long x 0.60cm diameter on the end) with a round mouthpiece and two indented lines for decoration; c) A short, white alabaster (5.4 long x1.5cm diameter on the end) cigarette holder with a round mouthpiece; d) A longer, wider, cigarette holder (6.3 long x1.8cm diameter on the end) most likely for a cigarello. It has a large round mouthpiece and two indented lines for decoration.
Subject
hobby
carving
sculpting
habit
pastime
smoking
Bill Peyto
Credit
Gift of Robert Peyto, Shawnigan Lake, 1967
Catalogue Number
103.08.1151 a-d
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Date
1910 – 1930
Material
metal
Catalogue Number
103.08.1029
Description
Appliqued silver man and beast on brass barrel, 2.6 x 2.5 beast and 1.7x1.0 sqatting man cut out of siver and soldered on to barrel of holder, repousse designed indicate grass etc., barrel tapers gently to mouthpice where it flares out slightly at tip, 4.7/3.2 silver mouthpiece, 0.3 dia. hole at mo…
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Title
Cigarette Holder
Date
1910 – 1930
Material
metal
Dimensions
9.8 cm
Description
Appliqued silver man and beast on brass barrel, 2.6 x 2.5 beast and 1.7x1.0 sqatting man cut out of siver and soldered on to barrel of holder, repousse designed indicate grass etc., barrel tapers gently to mouthpice where it flares out slightly at tip, 4.7/3.2 silver mouthpiece, 0.3 dia. hole at mouth end, 1.0 dia. hole at cigarette end
Subject
personal
habit
souvenir
character
James Irvine Brewster
Credit
Gift of Joe A. Brewster, Banff, 1980
Catalogue Number
103.08.1029
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Date
1950 – 1965
Material
paper; metal; rubber; plastic; wood
Catalogue Number
103.08.1100 a-e
Description
Cigarette roller is metal and wood frame, rubber receptacle for tobacco, metal and plastic rod for rolling. The rubber receptacle has printed instructions. Three packages of rolling papers 36.2 x 3.5, 1 opened. 2 V—Master, 1 Hi—Dro. V—Master box for cigarette maker.
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Title
Cigarette Roller
Date
1950 – 1965
Material
paper; metal; rubber; plastic; wood
Dimensions
4.0 x 13.3 x 42.5 cm
Description
Cigarette roller is metal and wood frame, rubber receptacle for tobacco, metal and plastic rod for rolling. The rubber receptacle has printed instructions. Three packages of rolling papers 36.2 x 3.5, 1 opened. 2 V—Master, 1 Hi—Dro. V—Master box for cigarette maker.
Subject
households
pastime
habit
Credit
Purchased from Phyllis Cain, Banff, 1988
Catalogue Number
103.08.1100 a-e
Images
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Cigarette; Table Lighter

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Date
1940 – 1960
Material
metal; plastic
Catalogue Number
103.08.1099
Description
A small table cigarette lighter with a silver base and top and a green plastic body made to look like mother of pearl.
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Title
Cigarette; Table Lighter
Date
1940 – 1960
Material
metal; plastic
Dimensions
10.0 cm
Description
A small table cigarette lighter with a silver base and top and a green plastic body made to look like mother of pearl.
Subject
households
habit
social
Credit
Purchased from Phyllis Cain, Banff, 1988
Catalogue Number
103.08.1099
Images
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Date
prior to 1966
Material
wood
Catalogue Number
103.08.1004
Description
Hand carved ram's head and Indian profile. The stem is missing.
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Title
Pipe
Date
prior to 1966
Material
wood
Description
Hand carved ram's head and Indian profile. The stem is missing.
Subject
habit
pastime
F.O. Brewster
smoking
Credit
Gift of Forrest (Pat) Oliver Brewster, Banff, 1966
Catalogue Number
103.08.1004
Images
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Date
prior to 1966
Material
wood
Catalogue Number
103.08.1038
Description
Long, hollow bamboo pipe, Thailand. 0.6 thick bamboo, slightly curved, end closed, small hole centre top 38.6 from mouth end, 2 woven reed decorations, 8.0 dia. "rosette" 3.5 and 22.3 from mouth end, reeds go around tube to secure rosettes. A cigarette is placed into the small tube and smoked. The…
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Title
Pipe
Date
prior to 1966
Material
wood
Dimensions
78.5 cm
Description
Long, hollow bamboo pipe, Thailand. 0.6 thick bamboo, slightly curved, end closed, small hole centre top 38.6 from mouth end, 2 woven reed decorations, 8.0 dia. "rosette" 3.5 and 22.3 from mouth end, reeds go around tube to secure rosettes. A cigarette is placed into the small tube and smoked. The tube would have been approx. 10.0/12..0 long.
Subject
habit
pastime
souvenir
smoking
Credit
Gift of Forrest (Pat) Oliver Brewster, Banff, 1966
Catalogue Number
103.08.1038
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Date
1850 – 1950
Material
fibre; paper; leaf
Catalogue Number
103.08.1097
Description
A small white cotton bag full of tobbaco tied with a yellow drawstring. There is a black and gold sticker with a bull and "Genuine Bull Durham" on the front. There is a magenta wrapper around the middle with a blue package of cigarette papers is glued to the back of the wrapper.
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Title
Smoking Tobacco
Date
1850 – 1950
Material
fibre; paper; leaf
Dimensions
2.5 x 9.5 cm
Description
A small white cotton bag full of tobbaco tied with a yellow drawstring. There is a black and gold sticker with a bull and "Genuine Bull Durham" on the front. There is a magenta wrapper around the middle with a blue package of cigarette papers is glued to the back of the wrapper.
Subject
pastime
habit
social
Credit
Gift of Fred McCullagh, Banff, 1965
Catalogue Number
103.08.1097
Images
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