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* [[777 State Express (Cork Tipped) - 02 |State Express 777 Cork Tipped (English version) S-?-B - origin unknown]]
 
* [[777 State Express (Cork Tipped) - 02 |State Express 777 Cork Tipped (English version) S-?-B - origin unknown]]
  
State Express 777 cigarettes were originally produced by the Ardath Tobacco Company, which would later become a subsidiary of the Imperial Tobacco Group.  The brand, made in plain-end and cork-tip, was sold in the United Kingdom and in Holland.
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State Express 777 was originally produced in the United Kingdom by Ardeth Tobacco Co. Ltd..  The rights to the State Express brand were sold to British American Tobacco in 1925. 777s, made in plain-end and cork-tip, were sold in the United Kingdom and in Holland.
  
 
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Revision as of 11:09, 9 March 2009

Brand State Express 777

State Express 777 was originally produced in the United Kingdom by Ardeth Tobacco Co. Ltd.. The rights to the State Express brand were sold to British American Tobacco in 1925. 777s, made in plain-end and cork-tip, were sold in the United Kingdom and in Holland.

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