Rectangle shaped advertising card with coloured drawing of the shores of a stone tower on a grassy plain. The cigarette card issued by the Imperial Tobacco Company of Great Britain and Ireland Ltd. Front of card has an artist's coloured drawing of a stone tower on a grassy field with a dirt road leading to a stone building behind it in the distance. Back of card says "No. 14 Overseas Dominions (Canada) Wills's Cigarettes" at the top; below the card gives details about the Martello Tower in Quebec City and its role as a military fortress in Canada's early history; below the description "W.D. & H.O. Wills Bristol & London Issued by the Imperial Tobacco Co (of Great Britain & Ireland) Ltd." is printed. The donor notes this card is part of a 50 card set of the Wills 1915 United Kingdom issued 'Overseas Dominions - Canada'. This gave 50 artists impressions of how Canadians and their country were seen form the United Kingdom.