Christy Mathewson, pitcher for the New York Giants, appears on a trolley car sign advertising Tuxedo tobacco, issued circa 1910 in New York City.
January 01, 1910 Licence
Trade card for the Lillian Russell Cigar, issued by a New York company Joseph P. Knapp, with a baseball theme, as the fox looks through the fence at a baseball game, 1898.
January 01, 1898 Licence
Lithographic label for Catcher Brand crate tobacco, San Francisco, California, circa 1940.
January 01, 1940 Licence
National League Chew tobacco naturally uses a baseball to sell the product, with this trade card printed in Detroit, Michigan, circa 1880 .
January 01, 1880 Licence
Trade card issued to advertise Rebecca Tobacco, a product of Lorillard Tobacco Company of Durham, North Carolina, featuring the Philadelphia Base Ball Club, printed circa 1886 in New York City.
January 01, 1886 Licence
George Harris & Sons lithographers use an action baseball scene to decorate the cigar label entitled Judgment, printed 1880s in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Schumacher & Ettinger lithographers create a woman ball player over a base ball scene to decorate the cigar label entitled Base Hit, printed 1880s in New York City.
tobacco package label showing baseball players on the field during game, view from behind home plate, with spectators along first base line.
January 01, 1869 Licence
Tobacco package label showing outfielder preparing to catch a batted ball 'on the fly', in the days before baseball gloves.
January 01, 1900 Licence
Illustration of baseball player Tony Lazzeri as he advertises Lucky Strike cigarettes, New York, New York, 1928.
January 01, 1928 Licence
Using baseball to promote its product, this Yankee Boy advertising label, circa 1935, was produced at an unknown location.
January 01, 1930 Licence
Hall of Famer Harry Heilmann is the baseball star selling Lucky Strike cigarettes on a trolley car sign, circa 1920.
January 01, 1920 Licence
Illustration (on a poster by the Liggett-Myers Tobacco Company) of baseball player Johnny Mize on an advertisement for Granger Pipe Tobacco, Durham, North Carolina, 1940.
Portrait (on a poster by the Liggett-Myers Tobacco Company) of baseball player Stan Musial as he advertises Chesterfield cigarettes, Durham, North Carolina, circa 1950.
January 01, 1950 Licence
A color painting of an oversized player sitting on the roof of a stadium opening a package of Helmar Turkish cigarettes while a game is played on the field below graces the back cover of the September, 1916 issue of Baseball Magazine...More
September 01, 1916 Licence