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Munich Child tobacco jarTobacco was considered a medicinal herb back in the 1800s, long before it was labeled a harmful drug. It was stored in figural pottery jars. A recent Illinois auction featured 400 tobacco jars, with winning bids ranging from $12 to $400. This prized jar featuring a Munich child with a barrel sold for $324. Check out these smokin’ vessels.





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