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Sidewalk Sculptures

Cigar-Store Indians Served as High-Profile Advertising Tools for Tobacconists
Nancy Wolfson
From the Print Edition:
Ron Perelman, Spring 95

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The Antiquarian and Landmark Antique Show
Hartford, Connecticut (October)
Telephone: (203) 247-8996

MUSEUMS

The Shelburne Museum
U.S. Route 7, Post Office Box 10
Shelburne, Vermont 05482
Telephone: (802) 985-3346
(Houses a collection of more than 175 trade signs)

BOOKS

Artists in Wood by Frederick Fried (1970, Bramhall House, division of Clarkson N. Potter, Inc., New York, 297 pages)

TRADE JOURNALS

Antiques and the Arts Weekly
5 Church Hill Road
Newtown, Connecticut 06470
Telephone: (203) 426-3141Fax: (203) 426-1394
(Lists national and international auctions)

Maine Antique Digest
911 Main Street
Waldoboro, Maine 04572
Telephone: (207) 832-7534


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Michael Hart — Chicago, IL, United States of America,  —  February 22, 2011 5:09pm ET

I realize this editorial was written nearly 16 years ago...but do you know of any sellers of Cigar Store Indians in Chicago (where I live)?

Mike


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