Vtg German"cigarettenfabrik Josetty- Vera Gold" Empty Cigarette Tin Box 1940's
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Vtg German"cigarettenfabrik Josetty- Vera Gold" Empty Cigarette Tin Box 1940's:
I am glad to offer you one vintage German "Cigarettenfabrik Josetti - VERA GOLD" empty cigarette Tin box for 50 cigarette 1940's. The box is made of tin with lithography decoration.The box is in very good condition its age with some scratches , spots and paint loss. Please see the photos for details. Size of the box is 4.7/8 x 3 inches x 1.1/16 inches "Cigarettenfabrik 50 VERA GOLD shipping FREE!
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Former Zigarettenfabrik Josetti, 1924 in the building of Manoli AG, Rungestr. 22-24
The Berlin manufacturing company was founded in 1888 by Oskar Josetti in the Hamburger Straße 8. 1892 emigrated to the founders of the United States and sold the company for 500 Mark Ferdinand Meier, of the company in 1895 continues led by partners Peter Leopold as "Cigarettenfabrik Josetti, Inh. Meier & Peters oHG". For the production of new cigarette "JUNO" new operational areas had in the Rosenthaler Straße 40, be rented in the new Friedrichstrasse 9-10 and in Hamburg on Zeughausmarkt 35-37 (1896-1902). During this time the Berlin Cigarettenfabrik Manoli was with 200 workers of the largest players in the industry in the German Reich.
1905 took over the Jasmatzi AG from Dresden (since 1902 under the leadership of the American Tobacco Comp.) The company Josetti GmbH. Besides the main brand JUNO than round cigarette with or without filter brands VERA and Eljer were produced.
1908 expanded the competitors Manoli by moving into its new building complex Rungestraße 22-24 in Berlin-Mitte ♁52 ° 30 '44.6 "N, 13 ° 25' 7.2" O, conversion in 1921 in a limited company.
1910 a small factory in the street Wusterhauser 15-16 (Berlin Confederation SO 16) ♁52 ° 30 '39.3 "N, 13 ° 25' 13" O has been set for the Josetti GmbH in close proximity.
During the First World War was operated by the state, funded by the German Bank anti-trust campaign against foreign ownership. 1915 were foreign by Deutsche Bank shares inthe Jasmatzi AG repurchased