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Orphan Boy tobacco lithograph poster.

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Posted 3 years ago

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cocacolaki…
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I think this is the label that goes on top of cardboard stock for a store display. It's made of thin paper, and is in MINT condition. No tears, fading, or wrinkles. From the code I think it was made in 1931.

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  1. zguy2112 zguy2112, 2 years ago
    Nice piece!

    If original, this is a "diecut" sign, not a lithograph, printed on glossy paper that will measure approximately 13" x 19" and is a "window card" that was placed in store front windows for advertising purposes. This poster does date back to the 1930's but is also one of the most reproduced tobacco ads. Either way it is a nice piece. Enjoy it!
  2. bratjdd bratjdd, 2 years ago
    I love it looks to be in great shape.Thanks for sharing!

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