Description: 1951 ROBT. BURNS CIGARILLOS vintage print advertisement "Teresa Wright" -- Teresa Wright (Mrs. Niven Busch) says: "I love to see a man smoke a Cigarillo" -- Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 10.5 inches x 14 inches (27 cm x 36 cm). Condition: This original vintage full-page advertisement is in Very Good Condition unless otherwise noted.
1948 AMERICAN SAFETY RAZOR LIGHTER vintage magazine advertisement "For Easter" ~ For Easter - give this really new lighter ... Snap! opens and lights automatically ... new ASR Lighter - by the makers of GEM RAZORS! ~
Jean Harlow~ Lucky Strike ad...
vintage print - Hledat Googlem
Scotch Tape - that's how mom used to do it!
Description: 1963 NEWPORT CIGARETTES vintage magazine advertisement "Newport smokes fresher" -- Newport smokes fresher! ... fresher than any other menthol cigarette ... Fine White Filter * Menthol and Mint * Great-Tasting Tobaccos -- Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 10.5 inches x 13.25 inches (26.75 cm x 33.75 cm). Condition: This original vintage full-page advertisement is in Excellent Condition unless otherwise noted.
This is an actual old school Heineken advertisement. Read the copy and you'll agree... We're too soft on our kids nowadays.
Description: 1954 LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTES vintage magazine advertisement "It's Toasted" -- What makes a Lucky taste better? "It's Toasted" to taste better! ... "I give other brands a whirl now and then," says cartoonist Jimmy Hatlo, "but I'll do it every time -- come back to Luckies because they taste better." ... Luckies Taste Better ... Cleaner, Fresher, Smoother -- Size: The dimensions of the full-page advertisement are approximately 10.5 inches x 14 inches (26.75 cm x 35.5 cm) ...
Description: 1963 WHITE OWL CIGARS vintage magazine advertisement "The Ranger" -- The Ranger has arrived! This new White Owl stands above the crowd. The Ranger is Texas-tall and slim as a branding iron. It corrals flavor and mildness as no other cigar ever has. As with other White Owl Cigars, the tobaccos in Rangers are aged the costly way -- case-aged! That's what makes White Owl America's most expensive 10 cent cigar. Look for the Ranger in the striking new Royal Red and White boxes at ...