I am sending you a picture of a ‘tobacco silk’. From 1910-1915, small prizes (nagrade) were printed on silk by tobacco companies in the United States. Then the prizes were inserted into cigarette packages in an attempt to increase sales. Tobacco (duhan) + silk (svila) = tobacco silk. The enclosed tobacco silk was printed by Nebo Cigarettes at Factory No. 21, 5th district, N.J. (No. = number; 5th = peti; N.J. = New Jersey, USA). The size is 8,26 cm x 12,7 cm.