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Duke's Mixture Magazine

March 23 2011 at 9:36 AM
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David S  (Login MrYardBird)

Henry I thought you might want to take a look inside. I think you are correct in the fact that these were distributed on the tobacco shop counter. Their is a book The Great Seduction that has a small one page write up on company magazines (pg 156). In the book they show a picture of one printed by Lorillard (maybe the other one you were thinking of) which is supposed to be a classier magazine with striking full color ads.

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Dan C
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March 23 2011, 9:40 AM 

Thank you for taking the time to bring this collectible to Net54.

You effort has not gone unnoticed !
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Jeff O.
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March 23 2011, 10:31 AM 

David, thanks for the scans. Always interesting to see old magazines and there contents.

 
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1880nonsports
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Thanks David!

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March 23 2011, 10:35 AM 

the second volume is a lot less "comic-like" than the first. Love that you took the time to scan the inside. Issued in the "pulp" time frame - reasonable to assume it was offered on the counter. When I have time later I promise to read every last line..........

BTW - Petrone's Tobacco Seduction a GREAT book - especially for the begining tobacco collector - but plenty to see and learn for even an advanced collector. Couple years ago - he sold most if not all the stuff he used in the book on eBay.


    
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David S
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The pleasure is all mine

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March 23 2011, 11:38 AM 

I have been enjoying all of the posts on this site for a couple of years and have learned more here than I could anywhere else. This site is a wealth of information that never stops! So Thanks to all posters who have gone before me.

 
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