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Circa 1915 Tuxedo Tobacco Store Display Boxes (4) with Enrico Caruso & Harrison Fisher

Circa 1915 Tuxedo Tobacco Store Display Boxes (4) with Enrico Caruso & Harrison Fisher

Original paper collectible treasures from Tuxedo Tobacco feature Harrison Fisher, "one of America's foremost illustrators", and Enrico Caruso, "The world's greatest tenor", as printed under their names and colorized portraits (2 each). Caruso is quoted as saying, "Tuxedo completely satisfies by tobacco taste. It is mild and has a delicious flavor. Most important of all, from a singer's standpoint, Tuxedo does not irritate my Throat". Fisher says, "I don't know a better relaxer, a better source of inspiration, than a pipeful of Tuxedo. I have yet to find the equal of Tuxedo as a real smoke". Each box measures 3.5x11x15" when constructed and displays the portrait on one side, and the patented "Patterson's Tuxedo Tobacco" design on the other (dark green with gold lettering). Only one is put together, the others are flat. Boxes are VG.


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