Does anyone here have any of the little tins that Queen Mary sent out to the troops during the early days of WWI, in 1914? These were flat, square silver tins, embossed with the royal insignia, and were filled with either cigarettes or, for the soldiers who didn't smoke, sweets. They also contained a greeting card from Queen Mary. Once in a while you see these pop up on eBay; they're not that expensive. I'm tempted to add one to my collection; somehow, I'm so moved when I see a photo of one of these surviving--and treasured--for all these decades.