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Antique Rare Basketball Poster Mogul Tobacco Barbershop Thanksgiving Early Photo For Sale
An original rare photo measuring approximately 6 x 4 inches on its original backing measuring approximately 10 x 8 inches. Last origin was Massachusetts. Mogul Cigarettes were introduced in 1892 and Basketball was invented in Springfield, Massachusetts in 1891. Thanks for looking. In the early 1900s, manufactures of Turkish and Egyptian
cigarettes tripled their sales and became legitimate competitors to leading
brands. One of the earlier straight-Turkish tobacco cigarettes, Mogul was
introduced in 1892 by the New York-based Greek tobacconist Soterios Anargyros.
After the dissolution of the Cigarette Trust, P. Lorillard took over the
production of Mogul cigarettes. Though likely made of a Turkish blend, Moguls
were advertised as "Egyptian Cigarettes." Many of the Mogul ads
presented upper-crust models in Western apparel, positioning the cigarette as a
luxury good, while some of the ads incorporated Egyptian motifs or models
dressed in Middle Eastern garb. Source: Stanford School of Medicine
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