1914 FATIMA T222

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Issued by the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co. in 1914, the T222 set consists of 52 baseball cards, but surprisingly no players from the Boston Red Sox, Chicago White Sox, or Pittsburg Pirates are represented in the set. The reverse of the card describes how to obtain premiums that were available via the coupons also packaged inside the cigarettes tin.

As with the T200 series, T222 cards were packaged inside 100 count cigarette tins of Fatima. They were wrapped in wax paper and aluminum foil. 100-count Fatima cigarette tins are fairly easy to find. Usually, however, rusting, denting, chipping and other condition problems may plague the tin.

Approximate value of a 100-count Fatima cigarette tin would be $85.00.