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Ashes to Ashtrays

As they disappear from Daily Life, ashtrays have Become Smoking Collectibles
Neil A. Grauer
From the Print Edition:
Vince McMahon, Nov/Dec 99

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Tire Ashtrays:

JEFFREY KOENKER
http://bsuvc.bsu.edu/~00jrkoenker/index.html

THE TIRE ASHTRAY COLLECTING WEB SITE
http://www.sonic.net/~mylo

BILL AND CATHY AKER'S WEB PAGE ON TIRE ASHTRAYS
http://home1.gte.net/billcat

Chalkware Ashtrays:

CANADIAN ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES
http://www.canadianantiques.com/1ashtrays.htm
Shows examples from the Carnival Chalkware Museum of ashtrays in the shape of animals, people and ships. Chalkware ashtrays were once popular prizes at carnivals.


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