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Cigarette card albums were popular all over the world from the 1900s until after WWII. The family would purchase the empty album and send in coupons from cigarette packages for packets of photographs, which would then be mounted into the album. This is one of the most popular during the 1930s and consists of beautiful, clear, sharp black/white and color images showing the life of Adolf Hitler. There are also commentaries written by some of the leaders of the new Reich. This is a very clean, bright, and immaculate examples I've had lately and dates from the mid 1930s. It's a great collector reference--it's worth its weight in gold just for the uniform and decoration details shown in the photos!

Adolf Hitler Cigarette Card Book#790

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