Dunhill tobacco tin dating
PS Legend Lover there are many forum subjects that are pretty light and benign. 😁I have had a lot of questions about how to date a Mac Baren tobacco.The picture below shows the production code which is on all pouches and tins, except form USA where we write the month and year.This thread is meant to help each of us determine a tin's age from tin codes, tin shapes/sizes, labels etc. In order to accomplish this task a bit of research is needed.This can involve looking at forums, articles, books etc. By working together with other folks on this forum, I hope we can confirm, add, correct or modify anything said to improve our mutual understanding.When there is no code to discern, all we have are subtle differences to help us determine a general age. I have a few more tricks up my sleeve, though I hope others will add to this thread before I do.Sometimes it's the type of tin, label and/or statement changes that can help one get a general idea of these tins' age, like with Rattray. Mac Baren (younger tins), C&D, GL Pease etc typically have simple date statements on the back label or stamped on the bottom of their tins.365 - 324 = 41, and if you backtrack 41 days from 12/31/2017, you should hit the date of 11/20/2017 (I think)…I have had a lot of questions about how to date a Mac Baren tobacco.
Hi I know this topic comes up from time to time in many forums. December 1995- present Samuel Gawith Tin Codes: Gawith date codes it's tins with a 5 digit number (typically printed on a clear sticker found on the side or back of the tin),the first 2 digits for the day and the last 3 digits for the number of months from December 1995 (including December which has to be accounted for in the calculation).
Still it would be nice to have one thread where we pull our collective knowledge to help each other date tobacco tins;a place to put forward and respectfully correct information. PS Personally I date every tobacco with an arrival time and note the date of manufacture as well, that is if I can find or decode the manufacturer's date.
Still it would be nice to have one thread where we pull our collective knowledge to help each other date tobacco tins;a place to put forward and respectfully correct, information. PS Personally I date every tobacco with an arrival time and note the date of manufacture as well, that is if I can find or decode the manufacturer's date.
of the year (this is about end of October) and 1 is the shift of the day.
I hope you can use this information for finding out when a tobacco is produces at Mac Baren The picture is of the closing tape on pouches and you can find the code on the back side of the tins.
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However as I do not know if the code changed or if different codes were applied to different blends etc., I stand ready to be corrected.