J.J. Crooke's tinfoil company in New York produced foils for various uses. One of those uses was for wrapping tobacco.
At the time, tobacco producers could get a discount on their taxes by manufacturing their own revenue stamps. J.J. Crooke & Co. made custom tobacco wrappers, with the revenue stamp printed on the wrapper, for a variety of tobacco companies. A surviving example is pictured above. Find out more at this site.
J.J. Crooke & Company also provided the tinfoil for Thomas Edison's first phonographs, which you can read about here.