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Old 05-06-2018, 11:11 PM
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1930's Tobacco Tin

P. Lorillard Co. brand produced at Factory #6, 1st District, Middletown, Ohio.






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Some really fantastic pieces everyone! Tony as usual your collection amazes. And Bryan love that CJ sign! Where the heck did you find it? Give us some details!
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Thanks AJ! It came from someone in Indiana.

I actually might end up selling it as I am finding that I only have room for a few framed items and this one might not make the cut. It is pretty fun to have discovered what is the only the third of these signs (that I have been able to track down).

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Chesterfield Cigarette compact (5 5/8 " x 4 1/2 ")











Compact open......and it's empty....cigarettes went up in smoke






Hey guys,

I've always wondered why no Sports or Non-Sports cards were ever issued with the Chesterfield brand ?

Anyone on this forum have any thoughts on this mystery ? ?

Liggett & Myers introduced this brand in 1912, packaging these cigarettes in the standard pack.


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21" x 28" Carolina Brights poster from before the T206 days.
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Default Piedmont store display

Here is one for you NY Giants and Polo Grounds guys. Has anyone ever seen this Piedmont Cigarette store display? It is a massive 31" x 60" in size and double-sided. The other side is plain white with Piedmont Cigarettes logos and advertising for 10 and 20 count packs. The old Polo Grounds stands with the crowd is awesome.

There are slots in the piece. It looks as if something hung on it over the baseball infield portion of the advertisement. The white infield is an original part of the litho. I would really like to find out whether a rack hung on it with cigarette packs. Or was it a 3D baseball scene? If anyone has any idea, please reply!!
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21" x 28" Carolina Brights poster from before the T206 days.
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A couple new additions -

Old Judge Cigarettes advertising banner featuring Lillian Russell. Measures 20-1/2" x 14" - dated 1887



Sweet Caporal Cigarettes framed advertising sign - dated 1909

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I was hoping I had the only one :-)
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Hi Henry. Thanks my friend. Maybe we have the only two.
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Just wanted to let everyone know that this (posted here 2/4) will be at REA this fall.

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Bob: Great Matty Box!!!. Given the age the colors are spectacular. What are your plans to display it and what are the dimentions? Great find congrats.
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Old 08-23-2018, 07:35 AM
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Museum piece Bob. Absolutely beautiful!

Recent get for me........

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Bob: Great Matty Box!!!. Given the age the colors are spectacular. What are your plans to display it and what are the dimentions? Great find congrats.
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Thanks Jonathan, the height is 15.5" and the length is 11", width is 3.5"

I am not sure how to display it yet, I would welcome any thoughts?

Tony, great pickup!

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It may fit into an acrylic Wheates box display case. May be an easy way to display and protect it.
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It may fit into an acrylic Wheates box display case. May be an easy way to display and protect it.
Thanks Jon, I have tried the normal cereal sized box but it does not fit. I am sure I can find something similar online somewhere but I was looking for something a bit more....something
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Thanks Jon, I have tried the normal cereal sized box but it does not fit. I am sure I can find something similar online somewhere but I was looking for something a bit more....something
You might consider getting a museum mount made for it. If you display it as you would a sculpture, it will emphasize its three-dimensionality, which, in my opinion, is what really makes it special. Viewers should be able to walk around it and appreciate it from multiple angles.
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You might consider getting a museum mount made for it. If you display it as you would a sculpture, it will emphasize its three-dimensionality, which, in my opinion, is what really makes it special. Viewers should be able to walk around it and appreciate it from multiple angles.
This is perfect Paul, do you happen to have a name of this or a good place to order one?
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I’m glad you like the idea, Bob. I’ve always admired the Matty Tuxedo box for its sculptural quality, and thought that treating it like a sculpture was the way to go. I don’t have any specific recommendations for a mount maker. I think there are several makers who could do it very well. They key is to experiment with different angles and see what works best.

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Very nice Bob and Tony! Those are fantastic pieces, especially the Tuxedo.

I am not sure what this is, but it appears to be hand painted and measures 9" x 11". I assume a tobacco store owner made it for the window or the door.
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I wouldn't think the sign to be painted by or offered by the store owner. Possibly a jobber but most likely the company itself. Lorillard around since the 1700's and they weren't likely to leave such signage (modest as it is) to the purveyor. I have seen something quite similar - will need time to access the memory :-)

That Tuxedo box is spectacular......

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One of the better conditioned pieces I have ever seen
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Great recent pickups. Bob, have you tried any of those gum balls? They look tasty.
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If you don't find a Cobb in the first MECCA pack, then open up a 2nd pack


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Man... Ted! I woulda Stopped wit Mr. Bresnahan
Nice!!!

I picked this up from another board member sumtime ago...
Has Anyone else ever seen one wit the Mustered Gold Color about?
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This is truly my favorite thread, three Colgan's Chips Ad
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Pretty stoked to have picked this up earlier this week.
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That is a great pack Jon! Congrats again on an amazing pick-up. The September 1886 tax stamp cancel would place that just a couple months before Goodwin & Co. transitioned to slide & shell packs.


Here are a couple other packs that Henry recently parted with. I love how Goodwin used the seal strips to help secure not only the side seam but cover the top of the pack. In the case of Old Judge the seal strip also wrapped around the bottom of the pack. When they transitioned to slide and shell packs they continued to print this seal strip on the slide although it didn't help seal anything (merely printed). Both of these paper packs date to 1884 (Aug. 1, 1884 cancel on Old Judge pack, March 1, 1884 cancel on Welcome). I believe the Welcome brand would be discontinued by Goodwin by the time they transitioned to slide and shell packs (card distribution).




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The Old Judge paper pack and the graphic used on the slide and shell are nearly identical. When you overlay a slide and shell pack (this is an 1887 20 count slide & shell box) over the earlier paper pack you see they are same size and nearly identical in design. I went 50% transparent on the slide & shell so you can see both packs at the same time.

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To keep the theme going, here's one more new one.
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Lots-n-lots of really great Tobacco, Candy, and Gum advertisements & cards in this thread....but, not too many Bread (bakery) advs. on display.
So, here's a 1940's Bread adv. and some of my 1947 Yankees team collection pulled from these bread packages.









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Bakery stuff never gets it's just dues.....Eat some Kroger Bread and get a tag card....




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So, here's a 1940's Bread adv. and some of my 1947 Yankees team collection pulled from these bread packages.







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Bakery stuff never gets it's just dues.....Eat some Kroger Bread and get a tag card....

That's because bread cards tend to go stale quickly
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I got these in Mail today Wilson Baseball Softball, Nellie Foxx Shoe box. And what ai was really after. A ball display with Foxx, Apparicio, Antonelli , And Al Kaline. gotta figure out how to display without fading colors. maybe a UV hat box??
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Just a tidbit of Tobacco trivia...... P. Lorillard is the oldest tobacco products manufacturer in the U.S. ?







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4 1/2" x 3 1/4" x 2 1/4" deep












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Nice addition Ted. Here's a recent pick up of mine.



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I've owned a few of these - yours looks to be in great shape and all original. I've always been surprised that these don't sell for more than they do. Thinking someday I might get another as like the spaghetti sauce - it's all in there.
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I've owned a few of these - yours looks to be in great shape and all original. I've always been surprised that these don't sell for more than they do. Thinking someday I might get another as like the spaghetti sauce - it's all in there.
Agreed. And this one has everything...
desirable advertising, high quality lithography and even an important historical figure.
There's nothing about this Piedmont sign that I don't love!
Great pick up Tony.
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Happy to post this one. The colors are pretty amazing and I have not found another. 11 x 17. It's missing it's metal top and bottom borders but doesn't really matter much. I'd guess circa 1888. Gotta love the copy; so literal.

Thanks for looking. -peter
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1911 Ty & Jake Ide Silver Collars (closed & open style, 2 for 25 cents).
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Old Gold Cigarettes ad with the BABE 1928
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A couple larger Yum Yum Tobacco advertising pieces. Exquisite!!

I'll have these framed up nicely.

(T206 card & pack shown just to give you an idea of overall size)

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Nice lithography on those, Tony. They look great.
Here is a cigar box I picked up quite some time back but don't think I had shown it. Not sure as this thread has taken on a life of its own.


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I'll have these framed up nicely.

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Big Run?? Salesman sample label.
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