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The cigar store Indian or wooden Indian is an advertisement figure, in the likeness of a Native American, used to represent tobacconists. The figures are often three-dimensional wooden sculptures several feet tall ...

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Mark Goldman has amassed the largest private collection of Antique Period (pre- 1910) Cigar Store Indians in the world! Buy, Sell or Receive a Free a Free ...

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Antique Indian 015A THIS STATUE IS ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS BROOKS, NYC ... Antique Indian 016A ORIGINALLY, CIGARS WERE PROBABLY HELD IN  ...

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WOODEN CIGAR STORE INDIAN STATUE HORN CHIEF COWBOY WESTERN ... Very Rare Vintage Antique Indian Cigar Store Statue Marked CCC. $55.00.

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Find great deals on eBay for Cigar Store Wooden Indian in Sculpture and Carvings from ... WOODEN CIGAR STORE INDIAN STATUE HORN CHIEF COWBOY ...

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Buy 5 foot tall Giant Hand Carved Wooden Cigar Indian Statue Sculpture Carving Chief ... $45.94. Design Toscano Cigar Store Indian Foundry Iron Folk Art Bank.

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Oct 26, 2015 ... Cigar store Indians were popular symbols of the 19th and early 20th-century tobacco trade. Today, collectors of these statues appreciate both ...

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History and photographs of Cigar Store Indians used as early American advertisements for tobacco shops.

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Items 1 - 24 of 38 ... Wooden Cigar Store Indians, Native American hand carved Wooden Cigar Store Indians by Native American artist Frank Gallagher.

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Native American Made Cigar Store Indian Sculptures by Frank Gallagher Cigar Store Indians are a form of American Folk Art dating back to the 1800s.