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Just picked these up last week from a local antique shop. I was happy to see the carton was still full and all packs had the tax free stamps for military issue. It even had the wax paper around it.

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Holy! Now THAT's not something you see every day!

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WOW!! I'm impressed. Though I've seen packs of fags from the WWII era, I've never seen a carton, let alone a military one - and with the wax paper yet...

 

Very nice find!!

 

Steve

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Very nice! Thanks for posting. :twothumbup:

 

Bryan

“There's not much I can tell you about this war. It's like all wars, I guess.The undertakers are winning.The politicians who talk about the glory of it.The old men who talk about the need of it.The soldiers, well, they just wanna go home.” Jimmy Stewart in Shenandoah

 

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Trenchbuff,

I have to ask.....did you get carded at the checkout??? :lol::lol: Very cool find!!!

Arch

Always looking for US and foreign militaria from the Central American wars circa 1970-1990

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Just picked these up last week from a local antique shop. I was happy to see the carton was still full and all packs had the tax free stamps for military issue. It even had the wax paper around it.

 

Nice war-time carton, especialy like the War Emergency markings top edge of carton lid...... as for date...... if cellophane is missing it puts them mid 1943 or later, also looks like plain paper tops instead of foil which is another mid to late war sign...... all war- time Phillip Morris packs should have the established 90 yrs marking like these do, the 100 yrs marking is post war......

Nice find.

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