They first started making this type of cigarette rolling machine in the 1930s. We know Brown and Williamson reissued them as late as 1992. This one appears to be from the early 1960s. On the bottom is printed an offer for replacement belts. You are to send in a label from Bugler, Kite or Target brand rolling papers for a free belt (or apron). Additional belts were 5 cents each. Since the address includes a zip code, that means it was made sometime after 1963. This is about the best one we've seen. It doesn't appear to have been used. As you can see in the photos, the paint and belt are about perfect. This unit works with standard rolling papers and is designed to allow an unskilled person to quickly create a cigarette. It should still do the job perfectly.
Whether you want it for the vintage look, or perhaps to use, this little set is just what you need.