Issued by Allen & Ginter | Dominion of Canada, from Flags of All Nations, Series 2 (N10) for Allen & Ginter Cigarettes Brands | The Met
Inscription: Printed text on upper portion of card: Dominion of CanadaPrinted text on lower edge of card: Allen & Ginter's/ Cigarettes/ Richmond, VirginiaPrinted text on verso of card: Flags of All Nations/ (Second Series)/ One packed in each box/ of ten cigarettes/ [checklist of all 50 flags included in series]
Five fascinating biographies of some of the most famous Canadian inventors who ever lived. From Alexander Graham Bell and the telephone, to James Naismith and the game of basketball, this book is written in easy-to-understand language and is a terrific introduction to Canadians who have changed how we live today
You knew something was up, back in 2009, when Naomi Campbell, appeared in an ad campaign wearing, (gasp), a fur coat, something she forsook some 15 years before as the face of PETA’s “I’d rather go naked than wear fur” campaign. Yes, fur is back, meaning furry Canadian things – Marten and Mink, Fisher and Fox, and more – are back, too. And, in a novel twist, being bought up not by Manhattan millionaires but by the nouveau riche of China foremost of all — Russians and South Koreans, too.
As they are the oldest team in professional hockey, the Montreal Canadiens are perfect for our first logo history. Such a long history will inevitably lead to numerous logo revisions, and the Canadiens are no exception. The one thing constant for nearly all designs is the big “C” and I bet you know what that