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Old cigar boxes can be worth from $5 up to $5,000

Q: In our grandfather's attic, we found dozens of old cigar boxes and would like to know how to find out if they have any value. Is there a market for such boxes or a cigar box collector we can contact?

A: The value of a cigar box depends on its age, brand name of cigars, size, whether the box or container has an unusual shape, the theme or subject matter of the label, historical factors if any, condition, completeness and rarity.

Cigar industry historian Tony Hyman has collected cigar boxes for 40 years and has more than 4,000. Mr. Hyman wrote the only book on the subject, "Handbook of American Cigar Boxes," which includes a price guide as well as illustrations and descriptions of cigar boxes. It is available for $23.95 postpaid from Box 699, Claremont, Calif. 91711. He also offers, free, an illustrated brochure, "Wanted Cigar Boxes," listing the types of box and related items he seeks, for which he will pay $5 to $5,000. To get the brochure, send an addressed, stamped business-size envelope. It also tells how to date cigar boxes and how to get them appraised free. You may phone Mr. Hyman at (714) 621-5952 between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., California time.

Desirable cigar boxes along with their descriptions and the prices they fetched at auction are included in Mr. Hyman's catalog, "The World of Smoking and Tobacco." It's available for $33 postpaid. Among the cigar boxes pictured in the catalog is a pair of boxes from the 1888 election campaign, one of which depicts Harrison and Morton (the Republican winners of the election) and the other Cleveland and Thurman (the losing Democrats).

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While cigar smoking might not be as popular as it once was, people are still attracted to the unique packages that they were sold in, and antique cigar boxes value hasn't wavered over the years. You might find an antique cigar box in the unlikeliest of places such as in drawers and cabinets storing sewing threads, old buttons, or fishing hooks. Yet, not every antique cigar box is worth reselling, so you'll need to assess your antique cigar box using a few different criteria.

Estimated Antique Cigar Boxes' Value

Since cigars were required to be packaged in boxes in the United States in accordance with the Revenue Act of 1864, there came to be a thriving cigar market in the 19th and 20th centuries. As cigars grew in popularity, manufacturers began making highly stylized, artistic labels and art to adorn their cigar boxes. Due to this, there are a wide variety of different antique cigar boxes that collector's search for, and some styles, materials, and conditions are worth more than others.

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Types of Antique Cigar Boxes

Antique cigar boxes were most typically made out of "nailed wood" which consisted of six different pieces of wood being nailed together to create a box that allowed for up to fifty cigars. These boxes were the manufacturing standard until the cheaper materials and technological developments of the 20th century expedited the production process. While these boxes can be valuable, those made before the Revenue Act was implemented are particularly desirable, and novelty cigar boxes and commemorative cigar boxes are more collectible because of their visual appeal. Some of these artistic renderings you may come across include:

  • Sports
  • Familial scenes
  • Pets & animals
  • Presidents and political figures
  • Holiday scenes
  • Indigenous people
  • Automotive scenes

What Antique Cigar Boxes Were Made Out Of

These collectibles were crafted out of various different materials, ranging the finest chinas to the cheapest woods. Generally, antique cigar boxes made out of finer materials are worth more than the majority that were manufactured from wood. However, pristine boxes created out of valuable woods like mahogany can be comparably priced to their luxury counterparts. These are some of the materials that your antique cigar boxes might have been made out of.

  • Wood
  • Aluminum
  • Tin
  • Brass
  • Glass
  • China

Age & Condition's Impact on Antique Cigar Box Values

The two most important factors to consider when evaluating antique cigar box values are age and condition. These two elements can significantly increase both the monetary value and collector's demand for the antique cigar box that you might be considering selling.

Antique Cigar Boxes and Age

Considering that the Revenue Act standardized the cigar packaging industry, cigar boxes that come from before the mid-19th century are relatively rare and will have higher values than the mass-produced boxes of the early 20th century. However, even the oldest cigar boxes aren't worth very much if they are in rather poor condition. Thus, you don't only want to considering a cigar boxes age as an indicator for being a 'golden ticket.'

Antique Cigar Boxes and Condition

Collectors prioritize antique cigar boxes that have remained in good condition over those with noticeable damage. There are a few different things you want to look for when evaluating your antique cigar boxes' condition, and these include:

  • Mold - Since most antique cigar boxes were made out of wood, they are susceptible to the harmful effects of water and any signs of mold or mildew on the edges and inside these boxes' corners can bring their values down.
  • Labels - Labels that are fully intact and are not either peeling from the box or have rips and tears in them will increase an antique cigar boxes' value.
  • Manufacturers Marks - Sometimes manufacturers marks can increase an antique cigar boxes' value, and boxes that still have clear marks on the bottom or inside the lid of the box will reap the greatest rewards.

Antique Cigar Boxes at Market

The collector's market for antique cigar boxes is rather interesting because average prices for these items can range from between $20 - $5,000 depending on their rarity, condition, connection to famous figures or commemorative events, and the materials they were made out of, with some boxes exceeding even those estimates. For example, a 1925 Art Deco Cartier Cigar Box made out of sterling silver is listed for almost $50,000 in one online auction. However, you're much more likely to find expensive cigar boxes in the lower thousand dollar range, such as a 1920 Art Deco Brass Cigar Box with engraving from Rockwell Kent for about $3,000. In addition to these, boxes with decorative labels and brightly colored artwork are generally valued to be worth around a few hundred dollars, such as this set of antique cigar boxes which is priced at just over $100.

The Hidden Value of Antique Cigar Boxes

Aside from being perfect reusable storage containers, even the most modest antique cigar box can bring in a worthy sum because of its label. Collectors are constantly searching for rare and unique cigar box labels, with some enthusiasts even looking for highly niche prints to add to their collections. Therefore, don't be alarmed if you have a slightly mildewed, wooden antique cigar box because that unusual label glued to its front lid might just pay for your next vacation.

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How to Collect Vintage Cigar Boxes

By Kathy Adams

Wood is the most common material used to make cigar boxes.

Vintage cigar boxes are much more than the common, simple cardboard boxes repurposed to store crayons or random junk-drawer materials -- they may be made of wood, metal or even glass, and they are potentially valuable. Factors such as rarity, condition and completeness affect the value of any vintage cigar box, but collecting them may simply be a matter of appreciating their shape or the stamped or printed advertising found on the outsides and insides of the boxes.

Condition Concerns

A cigar box, no matter what it is made of, is considerably less desirable if in poor condition. For instance, a rare paper or wood cigar box that has suffered significant water or insect damage or is covered in mold and mildew may be less valuable than a similar, slightly more common piece in good shape. Issues such as mold and mildew may be cleaned from wood boxes, but not as readily on a paper and cardboard box, as cleaning may damage the artwork. In the same manner, a musty, moldy smell may spread to other boxes in your collection, so either avoid them or store them separate from pristine pieces.

Rare Rewards

Some cigar boxes, especially if they're tied to historic events or offered for only a short time, can be extremely rare and desirable to collectors. If you're on the hunt for rare boxes, look for those that commemorate historical events, such as a political election from a century gone-by, or a luxury cigar box chest or trunk custom designed for the elite smoker, characterized by intricate carvings or shape.

Novelty Boxes

While rectangular wood boxes make up a majority of all cigar boxes made since the late 1800s, this shape isn't the only type of box available. Novelty boxes come in shapes such as log cabins or even buses complete with wheels. Some wood boxes are intentionally designed to look like jewelry boxes, complete with metal hardware, encouraging buyers to make the purchase based on future use of the empty box. In the early 1900s, tin cigar boxes were designed to be reused as lunchboxes, with a carrying handle on the lid.

Seek and Find

Since cigar boxes are often repurposed as general storage, many vintage boxes survive in at least fair condition. Scour estate sales, yard sales and thrift shops to add to your collection. Cigar boxes are also sold online, but inspecting them in person allows you to notice flaws or musty odors that may not be evident when perusing images and text online. At estate sales, search garages, as sometimes boxes were used to stash random small parts. These boxes may be a bit dirty, but the price may be cut as a result.



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Cool Wooden Cigar Boxes

Have you ever gone through your garage or perhaps an older relative’s house and finding all kinds of regular old vintage housewares that they thought nothing of but that actually qualify as vintage now? We love finding pieces like this in our family’s homes or even just at thrift shops and garage sales because they’re like a small snapshot into the regular lives of your relatives in decades past. We also love that so many of the things we find this way actually make for great crafting tools and unconventional DIY materials. So, what’s our favourite vintage thing to upcycle lately, you ask? Well, we just can’t get enough of making awesome little things our of decorative old wooden cigar boxes!

Just in case you’re as intrigued as we were about the nearly endless possibilities for crafting with old cigar boxes, here are 15 of the coolest ideas we’ve either tried or come across in our search so far.

1. DIY cigar box

Diy cigar box

All right, we know we said that this post was actually about crafting with old cigar boxes, but the first thing we learned, which was actually what got us started in our love for cigar box DIY, was this tutorial on how to make your very own vintage inspired cigar box from scratch! We used this guide from Cigar Box Nation to build our own little wooden box in the right style and then we decorated it and gave it as a gift to our father, who actually has quite a wide cigar selection and need somewhere nice to store them.

2. Mini cigar box guitar

Mini cigar box guitar

Perhaps you have an old cigar box that’s in perfect condition and that’s not currently being used, and you love the design on the outside but you don’t have the space to hold onto it unless it’s transformed into something you really love? In that case, it sounds like you’ve got the perfect materials for making yourself a miniature cigar box guitar! DIY Strat guides you through the process of creating a very small box guitar of your own using a small piece of wood as the neck and some crafting wire as the strings. The body of the guitar, of course, is where the cigar box comes in!

3. Guitar box ukulele

Guitar box ukulele

What if your taste in music is actually a little bit more folky and your ideal instrument is a little smaller than a guitar, with more of a unique twang? In that case, perhaps you might actually prefer making yourself a cigar box ukulele instead! Besides showing you the difference between the two types of instruments, Christopher J shows you how to make this slightly smaller version specifically.

4. DIY pochade box from a cigar box

Diy pochade box from a cigar box

Are you an artistic person but your skills actually like in things like painting and fine arts rather than in music? Well, you’re in luck, because cigar boxes will still be a useful crafting tool for you! We love the way Green Olive Arts turned their cigar box into a travel sized pochade by adding a stand on the bottom and a flat shelf in the top on the inside. A pochade is an art box that has a built in easel in the lid and a palette in the body with space for small tubes of paint and supplies sot hat you can paint on the go!


5. Even simpler cigar box guitar

Even simpler cigar box guitar

Are you still thinking about how much you’d love to make yourself a cigar box guitar because you just can’t get over how cute, miniature, and vintage the whole idea looks, but you found the idea we showed you above just a little bit too complicated? In that case, perhaps you’d prefer this version from Makezine that’s slightly easier to make and intended for beginners who aren’t used to working with wood and small metal pieces yet. We promise you it’ll look just as cool in the end!

6. Cigar box ring holder

Cigar box to satin filled ring box

Is the cigar box you’ve found one of the lovely wooden ones that often gets saved and handed down, and yours is still in quite good shape so you don’t want to change or alter it too much because you don’t want to ruin it, even though you’d still like to upcycle it into something a little more useful? In that case, we definitely think you should take a look at this beautiful jewelry box style ring stand idea from Hometalk. They show you how to hand make and insert a layer of foam and material tubing that you can wedge your rings in between to keep them safe and easy to find.

7. Cigar box trinket storage shelf

Cigar box trinket storage shelf

Do you have several cigar boxes in matching finishes or shapes but either the lids are damaged or you just don’t need more plain boxed storage on that small a scale in your home? Well, perhaps you should turn to your walls instead! We love the way Make and Do Crew removed the tops of their boxes and tilted them, hanging them sideways so that the bottom of the box sits against the wall. Voila, you’ve made a set of little shelves that are perfect for placing little figurines or decorative trinkets. We love the way they’ve put pretty patterned wallpaper in the backs of the shelves for a little extra detail and style.

8. Cigar box guitar amp

Cigar box guitar amp

Have you already made yourself a cigar box guitar or a series of other cigar box instruments, but now you’re like to start making DIY accessories for your actual guitar as well? Then here’s an awesome tutorial that will guide you through the process of making an actual working guitar amp inside a vintage wooden cigar box! That might sound like a daunting task, and it could be challenging if you’ve never worked with electronic pieces before, but this tutorial from Boston Biker has your back and will get you through it.

9. Patterned duct tape cigar box organizer

Patterned duct tape cigar box organizer

Perhaps you have a cigar box that’s a great size and still in good tape in terms of its construction so you’d like to use it for storing small things, but the outside is scuffed or otherwise aesthetically damaged so you’d like to give it a facelift? Well, if you’re looking for a quick fix that’s simple and a lot of fun to do, Organized Island suggests grabbing a roll of duct tape in your favourite colour or pattern and giving the whole thing a nice, new covering!

10. Cigar box craft storage

Cigar box craft storage

Have you found an old cigar box that looks like it would be the perfect size for storing some of your sewing, knitting, or other DIY supplies in your craft room but you’d like to be able to grab things from inside it quickly without having to unclasp and lift the top? Then we have a feeling this tutorial from Home Road might be just what you were looking for! They show you how to cut and hinge a pull-down door into the front face of the box so you can access your things two ways.

11. Sectioned organization box from a cigar box

Sectioned organization box from a cigar box

Perhaps you’re the kind of crafting enthusiast who uses many little pieces in your art, like tiny beads for jewelry making or  little stitch markers for knitting. In that case, we’ve found a little DIY storage box idea that works even better for you! Oh, That Mrs. Greene guides you through the process of sectioning the inside of an old cigar box into smaller inner boxes so that you can store little pieces without everything getting all mixed up. Talk about great crafting organization!

12. Stacked cigar box storage drawers

Stacked cigar box storage drawers

Do you actually have access to quite a few vintage wooden cigar boxes and you like the idea of transforming them into crafting storage, but you’d rather something complete that doesn’t just involve scattering a whole bunch of random little boxes around all the table surfaces in your crafting room? In that case, perhaps you’d prefer to make yourself a little set of drawers from stacked cigar boxes instead! That might sound intimidating, but this guide from Apartment Therapy is here to walk you through the entire process.

13. Cigar box and chain bathroom storage

Cigar box and chain bathroom storage

Were you very interesting in the idea of turning little wooden cigar boxes into wall mounted shelving storage for small things, but you’re just not sure that the stuff you have in mind to set on the shelves will stay in place if you tilt the box sideways like you saw in the tutorial we showed you above? In that case, we think perhaps you might prefer this open box style storage shelf idea featured on Pinterest! They show you how to mount the box to the wall from the lid so the bottom sticks out like a shelf with an edging that’s perfect for setting things like bathroom supplies in. We like the way they’ve used a chain to ensure that the shelf stays at the right angle and doesn’t send all your things sliding around.

14. Stacked cigar box wine rack

Stacked cigar box wine rack

What if you’re still very into the idea of wall mounted cigar box shelving but what you really need to be making yourself is a spot to store your wine bottles until you’ve cracked them open over dinner some night? Well, if your cigar boxes are the oblong kind with the sliding top, then Designs By Sara Lane has some good news for you! Their tutorial shows you how to cut one end of the box out and mount several of them stacked to create a hanging wine rack.

15. Personalized groomsmen cigar box favours

Personalized groomsmen cigar box favours

Are you tying the knot in the next few months and you’ve reached the stage where you need to start thinking about what you’ll give each groomsmen as a thank you present for being a part of your wedding? Well, naturally, you’ll want to make them something yourself, since you’re a DIY enthusiast and all, so here’s an idea that we thought was very cool! Weddings Handmade shows you how to make a set of old cigar boxes into personalized gift boxes by stenciling the top with a classic mustache and each person’s name.

Have you made other beautiful or totally cool cigar box crafts before that you were very proud of, but you don’t see anything similar on our list? Tell us all about it in the comments section or link us to pictures of your finished project!

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