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Images Dated 2011 December

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Choose from 144 pictures in our Images Dated 2011 December collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Navy Cut Tobacco and Cigarettes, 1923=24 Featured December Print

Navy Cut Tobacco and Cigarettes, 1923=24

Player's Navy Cut Cigarettes and Tobacco rectangular counter card featuring an aerial photograph of the Player's factory in Radford. There is a small white label in the top right hand corner which reads "CAT59" and a hand-written note which reads "1925". The text on the card reads "SMOKE // PLAYER'S NAVY CUT // Tobacco & Cigarettes // The above picture is // AN AERIAL PHOTOGRAPH OF PLAYER'S TOBACCO FACTORY, NOTTINGHAM, WHERE MORE THAN 4, 500 PEOPLE ARE EMPLOYED." On the reverse is the remnants of a support. There is a hand-written note which reads "C128" and a label which reads "MARDONS // WINDOW NOVELTIES // EMBOSSED SHOWCARDS / &C, &C // VARNISHERS // GELATINERS & FRAME MAKERS // BRISTOL & LONDON."

© Produced by the kind permission of Imperial Tobacco Limited, England

No. 3 Cigarettes, 1933 Featured December Print

No. 3 Cigarettes, 1933

Player's No. 3 cigarettes rectangular counter card. It is slightly padded over a metal frame with a glossy finish. The background is black and the with an old-gold or bronze edge. It depicts a bunch of flame red lilies in a porcelain vase decorated with a chinese dragon. Next to the vase is a porcelain statuette of a parrot. In the bottom left is an open pack of No. 3 cigarettes. The text reads "PLAYER'S No. 3 // THE // EXTRA // QUALITY // CIGARETTE". On the reverse is a support to allow the card to stand upright and a hanging loop. On the support is a hand-written note which reads "Not Bronze". In the top left hand corner is the remains of a circular rubber stamp, probably a proof stamp from Mardon, Son and Hall

© Produced by the kind permission of Imperial Tobacco Limited, England

Old Stocks tobacco, 1904 Featured December Print

Old Stocks tobacco, 1904

Player's Old Stocks tobacco rectangular counter card. The edge has been cut to resemble a carved picture frame and the card is heavily embossed. In the centre is a miniature of a building on a street corner. It is called "YE OLD STOCKS" and is probably an inn. In one of the windows are two pipes with crossed stems, and what may be a box of cigarettes or cigars and a tin of tobacco. Opposite to the inn is a man in a red jacket sitting in the stocks. At the centre top of the card is a small label with the typed note "No. 41". There is a hanging loop to the top. The text on the rest of the card reads " "OLD STOCKS" // 1OZ PACKET 7D 4OZ TIN 2/3 // 1OZ [ditto marks] 1/1 1/2 8 OZ [ditto marks] 4.6 // SMOKING MIXTURE // JOHN PLAYER & SONS, Castle Tobacco Factory, NOTTINGHAM // BRANCH OF // THE IMPERIAL TOBACCO CO // (of Great Britain & Ireland) // LIMITED". On the reverse is a hand-written note which reads "Please return to // Sherwood Rise // ARCHIVES"

© Produced by the kind permission of Imperial Tobacco Limited, England