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17 May 2020 11:43 AM  

 Hi CDM,

I have seen that figure before but like you did not realise that "Golden Virginia" was used as a pipe tobacco. I have posted the Carroll's  "Mick McQuaid" figure which also ended up in Ireland.

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17 May 2020 04:26 PM  
Nice one Bacco... yet another I have not seen before. Cheers
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18 May 2020 06:26 PM  

 Hi FB,

Glad you like it. This is another advertising figure for "Kings Guard" cigarettes by the tobacco manufacturer Teofani & Co Ltd, based at 643, Fulham Rd, London S W 6. It was founded in 1908. This brand about 1930s.

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19 May 2020 08:00 AM  

 Thanks for that Bacco... great to see another fine figure not seen before. Very rare. 

I'm surprised that Gallaher's were not tempted to produce a 'Sir Park Drive' figure, he would have been perfect.
Perhaps they did???
 
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19 May 2020 10:10 AM  
Wow !! thats lovely Brian
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19 May 2020 01:01 PM  
Yes that is nice F.B,,the enamel is nice too
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19 May 2020 04:47 PM  

 Is that a pressed tin sign FB , similar to those "Yewsabit" ones? .

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19 May 2020 06:53 PM  

 That is nice FB and seems in super condition. I have not had many finger plate match-strickers. This Player's "Navy Cut" had a little damage on it, top left but still retained it's patina.

 

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22 May 2020 12:20 PM  
Yes its pressed tin Marcus, I two more both different. Barringer, Wallis & Manners I believe? Nice Player's fingerplate Bacco... where are they all coming from? Looks like it might have been dug?
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