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    Extremely Rare 1910 Cycle Cigarettes 10-Pack Retail Carton. If you are familiar with T206 cards you are aware the "Cycle Cigarettes" brand backs are by no means easy to find. The cards came circulated inside the standard 10-count sliding tray & shell style box. With the consumer box ranking high on the rarity list, you can imagine how extremely rare a "Cycle Cigarettes" retailer carton box must be. The 6' x 8-1/2" x ¾" carton was once home to ten packs of cigarettes that sold for 3-cents each. The box has overall soiling and has some minor amounts of paper missing from three corners but no corner splitting as staples were used as reinforcements. The base is just as solid as the cover with Factory No. 25, Second District of Virginia taxing information printed on the bottom. Overall very-good condition and a professional cleaning might just bring out the colors from over a century ago.

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    August, 2020
    6th Thursday
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