c. 1920 Cigar Labeled Folk Art Cane and Umbrella Display

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c. 1920 Cigar Labeled Folk Art Cane and Umbrella Display
  • c. 1920 Cigar Labeled Folk Art Cane and Umbrella Display
  • c. 1920 Cigar Labeled Folk Art Cane and Umbrella Display
  • c. 1920 Cigar Labeled Folk Art Cane and Umbrella Display
  • c. 1920 Cigar Labeled Folk Art Cane and Umbrella Display
  • c. 1920 Cigar Labeled Folk Art Cane and Umbrella Display
  • c. 1920 Cigar Labeled Folk Art Cane and Umbrella Display
  • c. 1920 Cigar Labeled Folk Art Cane and Umbrella Display
  • c. 1920 Cigar Labeled Folk Art Cane and Umbrella Display
  • $750.00

This unique piece of tobacciana originated in 1920 and features cuban cigar labels that have been shellacked to a tall wooden box. Focal points on this display box include large cigar box labels from such companies as John W. Merriam as well as H. Anton Bock & Co. both companies originated in Cuba during the early 1900s. This turn of the century piece of folk art was likely intended to hold canes and umbrellas. This cane holder stands at a height of 23.5" with base measurements of 9" x 9".

JM - 102622 - 105227


 

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