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Show me your 19th century tobacco cabinets

March 25 2011 at 4:30 PM
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Tom Boblitt  (Premier Login autograf)
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Four here from what are apparently series that weren't ever catalogued to my knowledge. Other smaller cards from the same manufacturers are, however...........


Virginia Carvel (no small counterparts)
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7-20-4
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Stage Beauties
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D.E. Rose
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Tom Boblitt
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Anyone seen a 'Just So'

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March 25 2011, 4:38 PM 

Cabinet as noted in the other thread on 'Just So'?


 
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March 25 2011, 5:58 PM 

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Ken Bush
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Tobacco Cabinets

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March 26 2011, 12:57 PM 

Her are two unlisted cabinets from TIT WILLOW. I have one other card from
this series, LESLIE CHESTER. The untitled card is a photo of JAMES G. BLAINE
the 1884 Republican candidate for president, he lost to Crover Cleveland.
I also have three of the D. E. Rose cabinets, MARGARET MATHER, HATTIE DOLARO
and LESLIE CHESTER which is identical to the TIT WILLOW card.

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