A Collection of Vintage Prince Albert Tobacco Ads for Your Viewing Enjoyment

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quint

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I am sharing with you a collection of images from vintage Prince Albert tobacco magazine ads (1905-1950s) that I have collected for your viewing enjoyment.
Can you imagine an advertisement today showing kids giving their fathers tobacco for Christmas or Father's Day? Oh, the horror!
Enjoy. :puffy:


























 

mcitinner1

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The good old days, as they say, when I was sittin' on my Dad's lap while he smoked both pipes and cigarettes. :mrgreen:

 

nevadablue

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Wow, thanks! I like the old advertising and have been collecting it (images of it, that is) off the 'net. You just gave me an idea for how to use it.

Print a bunch of them and put the stack in a properly sized frame. When you get tired of looking at one, remove the stack and pick a different one and put the stack back in the frame. No need to figure out where to store the others, they can't get lost.

 

deathmetal

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These are great, and naive. Who reads through four paragraphs of advertising, in our Enlightened(tm) times?

 

balkisobrains

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I'm gathering from Google that a "Jimmy Pipe" is some sort of anti-nicotine pipe. Is that correct? :puffpipe:

 

pipeman84

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In the sixth ad starting from the back it says a packet of PA is enough for 50 pipefuls or 70 roll your own cigarettes. I don't get it...isn't a pipe like 2-3 grams and a cigarette 1g tops? If the packet lasts for 50 pipefuls then it should do at least 100 cigarettes.

 
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