Vintage Chesterfield Cigarette Advestisement

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This Chesterfield Cigarette tin sign is in fair condition with some scratches and rust. 23 1/2 inches wide and 29 1/4 inches tall. Chesterfield is a brand of cigarette made by Altria. It was one of the most recognized brands of the early 20th century, but sales have declined steadily over the years. It was named for Chesterfield County, Virginia. Chesterfield is still being made today; it is still popular in Europe, but has been absent from U.S. advertising for many years. Fun Fact: James Dean was known to smoke Chesterfields, up to two packs a day.

Item Details

Reference #:
0622200702
Quantity
1
Category
Advertising
Department
Antiques
Year
1900s
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
23.50 x 29.25 x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
fair
Material