This is a Small Selection of our Huge Inventory of
002tbac: 1851: American Indian Pipes, by Seth Eastman. Interesting lithograph of Native American tobacco pipes, drawn by Capt. Seth Eastman, U.S. Army artist of the American frontier. 9x12 in. $40
005tbac: 1925 Cigar Label: Kohlers Cigars. Brightly colored, lithographed label for Kohler's Five Cent Cigars. Printed circa 1925. Would look great in a frame! 6x10 in. $20
006tbac: 1888 Child Labor: Tobacco Strippers. Engraved image from the Jan. 28, 1888 issue of Leslie's Weekly. Title is "New York City: Tenement House Tobacco Strippers. Employment of Children in Violation of the Law. Scene on the East Side." Shows three young children and their mother stripping tobacco sleepily in a run-down apartment. 11x16 in. $30
007tbac: 1915 Cigar Label: Garcia y Garcia. Decorative, lithographed label for Garcia y Garcia cigars, of Tampa, Florida. Printed circa 1915. Would look great in a frame! 6x10 in. $20
009tbac: 1915 Cigar Label: Porto Vana. Decorative, lithographed label for Porto-Vana Six Cent Cigars. Printed circa 1915. Would look great in a frame! 7x8 in. $20
010tbac: 1947: Gregory Peck Smokes Chesterfields. Full page advertisement for Chesterfield cigarettes from the Saturday Evening Post, featuring movie star Gregory Peck. Shows Peck in a cowboy outfit, confidently smoking a cigarette. 10x14 in. $20
1924 Color advertisement featured in The Graphic for Player's Navy Cut Tobacco and Cigarettes.
15 x 10-1/2 in. $40
1889 The Graphic hand colored wood engraving showing sketches in a tobacco factory in Jamaica. These six images show how tobacco was originally processed, from washing the leaves, drying, rolling the cigars and then packing them.
15-1/2 x 11-1/2 in. $60
1919 Life color advertisement for Murad Turkish Cigarettes, produced by S. Anargyros, Members of the Highest Grade Turkish and Egyptian Cigarettes in the World.
11 x 9 in. $30
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