"Do you have actually Prince Albert in a can?" has been the start of countless a joke because 1907 once the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco agency patented your Prince Albert Crimp reduced pipe and cigarette tobacco. The distinctive red, yellow and also white deserve to featured a photo of Prince Albert, that ruled Britain as King Edward VII. This can was recovered throughout the 2016 monitoring of the reconstruction at the Last possibility Store in council Grove. Both end of the can are missing, yet the deserve to is in remarkably an excellent shape otherwise. Amongst other wording the can notes the "Prince Albert TOBACCO IS ready FOR SMOKERS UNDER THE process DISCOVERED IN MAKING experiment TO develop THE many DELIGHTFUL and also WHOLESOME TOBACCO for CIGARETTE and PIPE SMOKERS." The Last possibility Store was included to the national Register of historical Images in 1971.




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