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Old 12-03-2022, 07:02 PM
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Great Stuff! I can't get enough on the early packs.

Jon's images reminded my of Dheeraj's wonderful collection. Not sure if he has posted on this site, but here's a link to his U.S. pack collection for anyone interested. Plenty of early packs associated with baseball cards.

https://www.dkcigstore.com/collectio...States&page=23

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Jon, do you know what year Obak cigarettes originated? I know the T212-1's have a 1909 date but I can't find anything on Obak cigarettes prior to late February 1910.
Pat - unfortunately I don’t.
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1953 Camel Cigarettes Adv.





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Old 12-10-2022, 06:59 AM
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I wanted to bump this thread as last week I shared a chronological sequence for Lone Jack cigarette pack variants that may be in error . . . I’ve uncovered new evidence that suggests a revision is warranted, research still in progress, I’ll share findings when complete.

It is also only proper that I share something fitting for this thread. I’d like to introduce a near complete run of Goodwin’s Smoking Heads (catalogued as H235). These were issued by two different lithographers, H. Bencke and Major & Knapp. Both issued 8 different smoking heads measuring a bit larger than a cabinet card; 6 of 8 being near copies of each other (nearly same design). I’m missing the blonde girl from H. Bencke for completion.



I owe Jay Miller, Henry Moses, and several others many thanks for allowing me to accumulate these.

There are further variations that could be pointed out such as linen backing on some of the examples from H. Bencke. Some of the all cardboard examples (no linen backing) are found with a fold-out stand for easier counter-top display. The H. Bencke style stand is shown below on the left and the more simplistic Major & Knapp style on the right. To find a fully intact and functioning stand is uncommon.



While all of these examples advertise “Old Judge” cigarettes, examples have also been found featuring Goodwin’s “Chancellor” brand.
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I wanted to bump this thread as last week I shared a chronological sequence for Lone Jack cigarette pack variants that may be in error . . . I’ve uncovered new evidence that suggests a revision is warranted, research still in progress, I’ll share findings when complete.

It is also only proper that I share something fitting for this thread. I’d like to introduce a near complete run of Goodwin’s Smoking Heads (catalogued as H235). These were issued by two different lithographers, H. Bencke and Major & Knapp. Both issued 8 different smoking heads measuring a bit larger than a cabinet card; 6 of 8 being near copies of each other (nearly same design). I’m missing the blonde girl from H. Bencke for completion.



While all of these examples advertise “Old Judge” cigarettes, examples have also been found featuring Goodwin’s “Chancellor” brand.

Hi Joe, a little information on H. Bencke and Major and Knapp, I'm sure you know Major & Knapp eventually became American Lithograph. Both company's operated under several different names and also had other partners over many years. H. Bencke was Herman Bencke and he was on his own from 1868-1871 and again from 1877-1888. Major & knapp was under that particular name from 1864-1888.

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In the Spring of 1950, we anxiously awaited the BOWMAN cards. We were not disappointed. Instead we were thrilled to see the very colorful BOWMAN cards.
In the 1st series (cards # 1 - 72) we found Yogi Berra, Bob Feller, Robin Roberts, Pee Wee Reese, Warren Spahn, and Jackie Robinson. In the following series,
I was really excited to get a Ted Williams.





3rd Series uncut sheet (36 cards)




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amazing. No idea how they got a sheet into a wrapper that small. Looks like it wouldn't fit?
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amazing. No idea how they got a sheet into a wrapper that small. Looks like it wouldn't fit?

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1953 BOWMAN Kodakchrome color BB cards and wrapper. Baseball card picture quality at it's best.

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Something for the etc.... category and apologies on the quality this is the best my ol' scanner is capable of. (added some pictures via phone camera)
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Amazing thread.

I have three baseball related advertising pieces as well as a few other advertising posters from the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. I love the advertising lithograph posters of the era. The artwork, colors and how well many of these posters have survived is incredible.

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