The John Player's archive consists of over 20,000 objects from the Nottingham tobacco company’s history including original show cards, counter cards, original design work, packaging, photographs and business records.
Unloading tobacco at the Royal Victoria Docks c.1900.
"Williamsburg" clay pipe is a faithful reproduction of an an early 18th Century English clay pipe. It's named in honor of the Virginia Colony's renowned 18th century capital (1699 -1780), where many of these English clay pipes were imported and enjoyed by the colonists. Old Dominion's “Williamsburg” clay pipe makes a great smoker for the tobacco pipe enthusiast or simply as a keepsake souvenir for those interested in the history of Colonial America.