Translations:On Dunhill Tinned Tobacco/30/en

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In the decade that followed the British tobacco industry began to integrate into the common market as reflected by the change in the bottom weight stamping being changed from ounces to both grams and ounces. Part and parcel of the stamping change in the late ‘70s, Dunhill (and other blenders) reduced the tobacco content of it’s tins by more then 10% (with no reduction in price) going from a 4 ounce tin to a 100 gram/3.53 ounce tin.