Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Chewing Tobacco - Black Man - Victorian Trade Card


Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Chewing Tobacco -  Black Man - Victorian Trade Card

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Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Chewing Tobacco - Black Man - Victorian Trade Card:
$46


Original, vintage, colorfully illustrated Victorian Trade Card with "TOLE YOU, CHILD'N JACKSON'S BEST SWEET NAVY CHEWING Tobacco AM DE BESTEST." with depiction of an elderly black man holding the product with "MANUFACTURED BY C. A. JACKSON & CO., PETERSBURG, VA." beneath. Also has "The Graphic Co. N.Y." at bottom left on front. Back has text and paper remnants. Size is approx. 3-1/8" x 5".

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Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Chewing Tobacco - Black Man - Victorian Trade Card:
$46

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