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Antique Archaeology

Model Tobacco Sign


Hailing from Richmond, Virginia, the Model Tobacco Company rose to fame in the late 30’s-early 40’s. In the early 50’s, the Model Tobacco Company served as the headquarters for the United States Tobacco Bureau before it closed its doors in 1980. Cigar and tobacco products have been kingpins of pop-culture across America, and Model Tobacco served as one of these well-known brands. The Model Tobacco Sign features a bright red background with cream lettering on a steel backing. The Model Tobacco mascot smoking a pipe is prominently displayed. Minor rusting can be seen around the edges. 


  • Weight: 1lbs 11oz.
  • Measurements: 2'10" x 11.5"

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