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Old 09-12-2017, 10:36 AM
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Default Ramly Palooza

Until another T204 is acquired for the current collection this postcard will have to do...It is unposted.

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That's pretty cool.
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I think that's in Worcester, Ma. There's a newspaper of that name in Worcester, and one of the signs mentions Worcester.

Looked for the building, and if it is Worcester the building is long gone. It was most likely at what's now federal square, a small park next to a federal building. The building was built in the 30's, and the park in 1991.

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The local Ramly sales rep just crushed that display. As a marketer, we dream of in-store presence like that!
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Looks posted to me...here.
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Took a bit, but I finally dated it to May 1910 based on the display sign for Worcester Stock. Co. and the play Mrs. Lettingwell's Boots starring John Cumberland.
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Does selling all that tobacco cause Hodgkins Lyphoma?
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The local Ramly sales rep just crushed that display. As a marketer, we dream of in-store presence like that!
Nowadays, the Rep would have to pay a hefty sum for that placement, offer a deep 4 week deal, guarantee the sale, and agree to take back all unsold product after the promotion.

Retailers have learned a lot about how to hold the manufacturer hostage, provided they want any type of incremental display like that.

Magnificent image of a long-gone (and far better) era!

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Interesting that TTT is also advertised in the upper right.
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Love that postcard and the display. I wonder if anyone has ever seen in person or owned one of the "jumbo" boxes?

Again, love the postcard. Thanks for sharing.
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