1932 Lucky Strike, Dowager Mother, Bridge Game Advertisement, Milton C. Work
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Approx. Size(inches): 4" x 5.5"
Approx. Age: 1932
Condition: Good, see photos.
Company: The American Tobacco Co.
Wonderful promotional Lucky Strike cigarettes bridge advertisement, featuring the image of a wealthy older woman declaring: "I prefer Luckies and so do my daughters." This piece was one design in a larger ad campaign connected to the 1931 Miss America pageant. The back of the card contains instructions for the game and the outer edges are made up on punctured representations of various cards--which can be town off. This piece is in good condition, despite its fragility. A small section of about four "cards" have been removed from the top right edge, but the rest are attached and intact. There is some foxing and some notable staining to the back side, but the central graphic is clear and the text is all legible.
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