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Old 09-13-2017, 03:12 PM
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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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If anyone else has a postcard like this and wants to sell it, I am a very strong buyer(yes I'll use that term). I have been seeking one for well over a decade. Would have owned this one had Ramly been anywhere in the title.
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Old 09-13-2017, 05:04 PM
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Default Giant tobacco boxes abound

Don't mean to "de-Ramly" or otherwise hijack the thread, but thought I'd show this Obak-related RPPC, featuring large Obak advertising boxes.
I showed this sometime back in another thread.
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If anyone else has a postcard like this and wants to sell it, I am a very strong buyer(yes I'll use that term). I have been seeking one for well over a decade. Would have owned this one had Ramly been anywhere in the title.
I should have reached out to you directly.
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I was the underbidder. I predict that one day an LOTG auction will still be running when the next one starts.

I think the store is in Trenton, not in Worcester. On the left side of the window there's an advertisement for outings at White City, which was an amusement park in Trenton. The Worcester Stock Company (sign on the right side) was a traveling group who may have been appearing in the area.

This was a gem of a lot.

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I was the underbidder. I predict that one day an LOTG auction will still be running when the next one starts.

I think the store is in Trenton, not in Worcester. On the left side of the window there's an advertisement for outings at White City, which was an amusement park in Trenton. The Worcester Stock Company (sign on the right side) was a traveling group who may have been appearing in the area.

This was a gem of a lot.

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I was falling asleep on the night of the auction, put in one more max bid (up to bid) over where it was at, and went to sleep. I figured if you or Scott (or whomever) wanted it real bad, and saw it, I wasn't going to just run ya'll up. But lacking that it is a cool postcard for the collection.
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