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Old 06-17-2018, 11:24 AM
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Tremendous eye candy in this thread. Here's a couple more.....



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Old 06-17-2018, 11:46 AM
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I don't get to share these too often so jumping on the opportunity. Not up to the quality/relevance level of others like Jon and Tony but I guess I tried to make up for that with volume. Sorry for some duplication but stuff all together. Most of my packs - a few nestled behind less card relevant stuff so I left them off. Note to the sealed "cat" tobacco pouch from 1800's!!! Lucky strike shelf and below it all still SEALED. If you look closely I do have quite a few card and card era packs. Regret that $$ considerations forced me to long ago sell a few of the rarest card related packs I had. Oh well.
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Old 06-17-2018, 12:03 PM
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Henry, I never grow tired of viewing your incredible collection. Absolutely gorgeous stuff my friend!

Here's another to share. In my opinion the cartons which once held these packs may even be more difficult to locate that the packs themselves.

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long ago sold my few cartons other than the Gypsy Queen . That Virginia Brights quite special. It looks late 1910's - early 1920's - any information on it? Could be earlier I suppose but the simplicity leading me there.

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I hope to replace a few I've sold - especially the 19th century ones. The Broadleafs, Ramleys (and Ramleh), Lenox and others show up far and few between. Forget the Creole, GQ, TTT's. I've still never been able to procure a Lone Jack pack (had 2 shots - came up empty) - and of course that Drum off the charts.....

I suppose it's a Gypsy Queen on my most wanted list - any of the three variations (?) will do.
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Old 06-17-2018, 12:40 PM
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Hi Henry. I've not been able to Determine the true date on the Virginia Brights carton either.

Here is whats printed on both side panels and the bottom of the carton does have two small ink stamps which read H12. I'm not sure if this helps us any.



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Thanks guys. Henry and Tony - unbelievable, amazing stuff. Greg - your TTT always makes me jealous.

There's a few I still need, however all are so hard to find. It seems like I go a year or 2 before I'm able to check one off the list. GQ, Uzit, TTT, Mono and Virginia Extra are all still on the list.

Out of the ones I do have, I think the KBs, Drum, Contentnea, Kotton, Mino and Hindu are the rarest ones. I'm not aware of too many other examples out there. I've also never come across another example of the Punch Cigaros pack. The one I have still has a full, intact tax stamp with a 1912 date.
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All these are stunning. Thanks to all for sharing. That Punch pack is fantastic!
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Speaking of the Punch pack, that is some seriously disturbing imagery on it. What in high heck is that all about??
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Speaking of the Punch pack, that is some seriously disturbing imagery on it. What in high heck is that all about??
Punch and Judy is a traditional, popular, and usually violent puppet show featuring Pulcinella (Mr. Punch) and his wife Judy. The performance consists of a sequence of short scenes, each depicting an interaction between two characters, most typically Mr. Punch and one other character who usually falls victim to Punch's club.

Here is the front and back...
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