Chesterfield What a Cigarette Means Ad 1929
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Chesterfield What a Cigarette Means Ad 1929 This is a May 4, 1929 advertisement It is a nice black and white ad from Liggett and Myers Tobacco Co makers of Chesterfield cigarettes. Pictures American Sailors in a Chinese Street and a sign in the background reads, American cigarettes sold here. The ad reads, what a cigarette meant there and what a cigarette means here. With nice graphics from an early magazine. In mint condition. Photo is taken through plastic and may show wrinkles or crookedness that is not in the ad. This magazine tear sheet measures 8 1/2"" wide by 11 1/2"" tall.
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