Chesterfield Cigarette Sign - Genuine Americana - CFS88


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Americana For Sale- This Is A Vintage Porcelain - Genuine Chesterfield Sign - It is In Normal Wear Condition For A 50 - 70 year old sign - One Side Is Much Cleaner And Sharper Than The Other As Shown. . (Please Read History At Bottom Of This Page ) - Size 16" Tall x 12'' Projection. One Only.

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Genuine Vintage Collectable Americana (not restored )

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We Buy Sell And Trade In This Area For High Quality Genuine Americana - Mostly Used To Decorate Our Custom Man Caves Etc. Top Dollar Cash Paid - We Pick Up Or Ship World Wide. Call 1 800 292 0008


Interesting Historical Facts

Chesterfield is a brand of cigarette made by Altria. It was one of the most recognized brands of the early 20th century, but sales have declined steadily over the years. It was named for Chesterfield County, Virginia. Chesterfield is still being made today; it is still popular in Europe, but has been absent from U.S. advertising for many years.


For many years Chesterfield cigarettes were produced by the Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company. In 1999, Liggett sold the L&M, Lark and Chesterfield brands to Philip Morris Companies Inc., now known as the Altria Group.


Chesterfield was the subject of a song recorded by Piedmont blues musican Buddy Moss, with the focus being on their current rarity and superiority over other brands.


In the 1930s and 1940s, Chesterfield sponsored a popular radio program, the Chesterfield Hour, which featured big bands such as those of Paul Whiteman, Glenn Miller and Harry James.

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