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Shouldn't really put this in my childhood, but at 15 years old , these was my first cigarettes . Not smoked since !

Hard Pack of Consulate - Popular Menthol cigarettes in the and Note Phrase on pack 'Menthol Fresh'

Market leading cigarettes from the 60s: Rothmans King Size, Benson and Hedges Special Filter, Embassy Tipped, Players Navy, Players No6 and Woodbine

my mum used to send me across the road to buy her 20 Benson from about the age of Market leading cigarettes from the Rothmans King Size, Benson and Hedges Special Filter, Embassy Tipped, Players Navy, Players and Woodbine

70s phone.... I can remember using one of these, before the days of mobile phones! Your coins never seemed to last long and the phone boxes always smelt of stale cigarettes

I can remember using one of these, before the days of mobile phones! Your coins never seemed to last long and the phone boxes always smelt of stale cigarettes

Who had one of these..? I know I did..

The Evolution of Cell Phone Design Between 1983-2009

if you had a cell phone it was really just a cordless phone that you could play snake on Me: This is almost (or actually) identical to my first cellphone . but I never played this "snake" people refer to .

Vintage Rothmans King Size Dummy Cigarette Packets - Two Packs Dummy Cigarettes - Photo Shoots - Film Sets

Vintage Rothmans King Size Dummy Cigarette Packets - Two Packs Dummy Cigarettes - Photo Shoots - Film Sets

Brook Bond Dividend Tea - My mother collected the stamps and once her card was full she received 5 shillings. Do you remember this tea.

Loose Tea and saving the stamps.My gran used to save the stamps on a card. We got into Saturday morning pictures with an empty tea packet when Brooke Bond did a special show. My cousin won a bendy rubber monkey, around 1964 I

Player's No6 was the most popular cigarette brand in Britain for most of the 70s. Player's claimed it was part of the British scene.

Player's was the most popular cigarette brand in Britain for most of the Player's claimed it was part of the British scene. Stupid teenager thing, so glad I gave it up at age Probably the smartest thing I ever did.

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Les Gauloises avec leur couleur bleu-lavande promettaient un air plus pur.

King Size Cigarette brands 1970s | Benson and Hedges Special… | Flickr

Sold by newsagent across the road from my school - they would happily sell single cigarettes to us in our school uniform for each.

Mister Merry’s Play Lighter with Cigarettes, 1965. "Especially developed and tested for young children." By Merry Manufacturing Co.

1965 Mister Merry’s Play Lighter, Bubble Gum Cigarettes, and Battery - Especially developed and tested for young children. (via Retro Kitsch)

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