Remember when matches were ubiquitous? They were also great marketing tools. Here are some examples from the 1930’s that are clever and creative both inside and out…

Matches as lipsticks, robins, beers, sausages, ties, paint brushes, and a lobster, from a collection belonging to Lea Redmond of Leacutter Designs. The Lawyer Title book (top right) could be used to play a gambling game. 

Read and see more…(http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/playing-with-matches/)

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