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  • Plaza Hotel Ashtray

    The Plaza Hotel is one of the Crown Jewels of New York City, a glorious symbol of the Jazz Age. Presidents and writers, touring statesmen and artists have always seen the Plaza as their natural home.

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  • Ashtray / 4" Cobalt - New York City Night

    Ashtray / 4" Cobalt - New York City Night ATNY2 Related Products

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  • The Peninsula Hotel Ashtray

    Overshadowed by more luxurious hotels like the Plaza Hotel just a few blocks north and the St. Regis just across the street, the Gotham Hotel changed its name to the Peninsula. Offering an original Peninsula Hotel ashtray, desirable for its connection to New York City culture.

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  • Longchamps 'Art Deco' Ashtray

    A number of design elements for Longchamps were drawn up by architect Ely Jacques Kahn, including an Art Deco-inspired 'Bakelite' ashtray, now out of use along with cigarettes, but desirable for its connection to the culture of New York City in the twentieth century.

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  • Stork Club Ashtray

    The Stork Club was New York City�s most enchanting nightclub, where, it is said, signature ashtrays disappeared -- five dozen or more a day -- into pockets or purses. Pass the Chesterfields.

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  • Zizo 60107 Glass Ashtrays, Set Of 6, York City Skyline, Black/white Artwork

    Zizo USA ~ Glass Ashtrays (Set of 6) ~New York City ~ Starlight Drawing Attractive drawing of New York City skyline Heavy duty glass construction for long-lasting durability Beveled base allows stacking of ashtrays when not in use Features 4 slots to hold cigarettes Brand new in original shipping box An attractive drawing of the New York City skyline against a starlit background adorns this set of six 4-slot glass ashtrays. Made with heavy duty glass featuring a stackable base. Approximately 1

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  • Peter Luger Ashtray

    A venerated Brooklyn institution, Peter Luger opened in 1887 and has long been considered the best steakhouse in the city. The charred, sizzling, butter-doused porterhouse is more breathtaking than any in all of New York.

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  • Rosoff's Ashtray

    Max Rosoff was a famous New York City restaurateur who founded Rosoff's Restaurant in Times Square. For 63 years, his eponymous three-story restaurant was frequented by theatergoers.

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  • Turf Restaurant Ashtray

    Arnold Reuben Jr., owner of the legendary Turf Restaurant at 49th and Broadway in New York City and a descendant of immigrants from Germany, claimed his family developed the world's first cream cheesecake recipe.

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  • Longchamps "Art Deco" Ashtray

    » Longchamps "Art Deco" Ashtray Longchamps "Art Deco" Ashtray Longchamps was a chain of restaurants that was highly popular with "Ladies Who Lunch" in the post-WW II years in New York. There were a number around town, mainly situated around Madison and Fifth. When cheating Fred McMurray's secretary Edie Adams rats him out to his wife in Billy Wilder's "The Apartment," the two women meet at Longchamps. A number of design elements for the dining rooms were drawn up by New York architect Ely Jacques Kahn,

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  • McSorley's Old Ale House Ashtray & Matches

    » McSorley's Old Ale House Ashtray & Matches McSorley's Old Ale House Ashtray & Matches The oldest "Irish" tavern in New York City, located at 15 East 7th Street in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan, McSorley's was one of the last of the "Men Only" pubs, only admitting women after legally being forced to do so in 1970. The aged artwork, newspaper articles covering the walls, sawdust floors, and the Irish waiters and bartenders give McSorley's an atmosphere that many consider, correctly or not,

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  • Americana Hotel Ashtray (1962)

    » Americana Hotel Ashtray (1962) Americana Hotel Ashtray (1962) New York City's great architectural event of 1962 was the dedication of the new 50-story yellow brick and glass Americana Hotel, at the time the world's tallest concrete structure building and the first large modern style hotel in the core of Midtown. The Americana was designed by prolific architect Morris Lapidus, a project characterized by the architectural establishment as "gaudy kitsch." At 501 feet, it is one of the world's top 100 tallest

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  • Hotel Taft Ashtray

    » Hotel Taft Ashtray Hotel Taft Ashtray Octogenarian New Yorker, the boxy Spanish Renaissance structure called The Taft was once the third-largest hotel in Manhattan, with 20 stories, 1750 rooms and a special "key chute" on each floor that whisked lost items straight to the lobby desk. Vincent Lopez led his famous big band in the hotel's Grill Room beginning in the 1940s. Once icons of hospitality and glamour, ashtrays are part of Americana that now belongs to the past. Offering an authentic Hotel Taft

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  • Carlyle Hotel Ashtray

    » Carlyle Hotel Ashtray Carlyle Hotel Ashtray When it opened in 1930, the hotel became a destination for Hollywood celebrities, socialites, and politicians (JFK owned an apartment on the tenth floor and Marilyn Monroe used to sneak in through the service entrance on East 77th Street). Truman, Johnson, Nixon, Carter and Reagan are among other President who have stayed at the Carlyle while in office. Named after Scottish essayist Thomas Carlyle, the hotel has featured a number of well-known jazz performers

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  • Sardi's Ashtray

    » Sardi's Ashtray Sardi's Ashtray The "Toast of Broadway" for 75 years, Sardi's has been known as a pre- and post-theater hang-out, as well as a location for opening night parties. Vincent Sardi, a theater lover, kept the restaurant open much later than others in the area to accommodate the schedules of Broadway performers. The restaurant was the birthplace of the Tony Award and is still the location of the announcement of the annual Tony Award nominations. Once icons of hospitality and glamour, ashtrays

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  • Genuine Toots Shor Ashtray

    » Genuine Toots Shor Ashtray Genuine Toots Shor Ashtray During World War II, New York Mayor Jimmy Byrnes imposed a midnight curfew for all businesses in the city. The clubs were up in arms, but Toots Shor calmed everyone down when he stated: "Any crum bum what can't get plastered by midnight just ain't tryin'." In the 1940s and 1950s, Toots Shor's was the place to be in New York City. It was home away from home for the day's famous athletes, ambitious politicians, and Broadway stars. While some called it a

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  • Danny's Hideaway Ashtray (Original)

    » Danny's Hideaway Ashtray (Original) Danny's Hideaway Ashtray (Original ) $350 .00 Located at 151 East 45th Street in New York City, Danny’s Hideaway was a beloved restaurant and bar that specialized in steaks, filet mignon and lobsters, and was frequented nightly by famous names in entertainment and sports. It was so iconic a watering hole, in fact, that Don Draper entered Danny’s bar in the 2012 "Mad Men" Season 5 finale and ordered an Old Fashioned. An October 29, 1945, story in Time Magazine, noted

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  • Hotel Piccadilly Ashtray

    » Hotel Piccadilly Ashtray Hotel Piccadilly Ashtray New York hotels go in and out of style just like clubs and bars, and once they outlive their usefulness, the get a date with the wrecking ball. That’s the story of the Hotel Piccadilly. Its era as a hot place to book a room or meet for a drink was from the 1930s to the 1950s. With about 700 rooms on West 45th Street, it was in the heart of the Theater District. "Smartly located in the center of everything" was its very midcentury-sounding slogan. The

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  • Keen's Chop House Ashtray /Matchstriker

    » Keen's Chop House Ashtray /Matchstriker Keen 's Chop House Ashtray /Matchstriker In 1885 Keen's Chophouse opened under the ownership of Mr. Keen, by then a noted figure in the Herald Square Theatre District. Keens soon became the lively and accepted rendezvous of the famous. Actors in full stage make-up hurried through the rear door to "fortify" themselves between acts at the neighboring Garrick Theatre. In 1905 Lillie Langtry, actress and paramour of King Edward of England, took Keens to court for

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  • Junior's of Brooklyn Ashtray

    » Junior's of Brooklyn Ashtray Junior's of Brooklyn Ashtray Welcome to Junior's. The landmark restaurant is located at the corner of Flatbush Avenue Extension and DeKalb Avenue in Brooklyn. Founded by Harry Rosen in 1950 and named after his two sons, Walter and Marvin, Junior's is known as the home of New York's best cheesecake. In 1993, Presidential nominee Bill Clinton took a cheesecake break from his campaign trail to visit Junior's. Once icons of hospitality and glamour, ashtrays are part of Americana

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  • Rector's 1899 Ashtray

    » Rector's 1899 Ashtray Rector's 1899 Ashtray Charles Rector, who had already launched a successful seafood restaurant in Chicago,opened a second Rector’s in New York City in 1899, a time of high living and big spenders. The Gay Nineties society of financiers, singers, dancers, actors and gamblers included men with fat rolls of money in their pockets who strutted around, tipped lavishly and put on a big show. They were-self made millionaires without manners. Their goal was to be seen, and Rector’s on

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  • St. Regis Hotel Ashtray

    » St. Regis Hotel Ashtray St. Regis Hotel Ashtray Built in 1904 by the world's wealthiest man, John Jacob Astor IV, who died on the Titanic in 1912, the St. Regis has attracted the most glamorous, creative and intriguing personalities of each era. Marlene Dietrich, William Paley and his wife Barbara ("Babe") lived at The St. Regis as did Salvador Dali and his wife Gala. The hotel's famous King Cole Bar is one of the city's most stately cocktail lounges. Once icons of hospitality and glamour, ashtrays are

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  • Rainbow Room Ashtray (Circa 1974)

    » Rainbow Room Ashtray (Circa 1974) Rainbow Room Ashtray (Circa 1974) $245.00 In 1934, in the depth of the greatest depression in history, John D. Rockefeller Sr. completed his testimony to faith in New York City and the economy of America, Rockefeller Center. From that time Rockefeller Center would be the benchmark that all urban development is measured against. The crowning jewel of this magnificent project was the Rainbow Room on the sixty-fifth floor of 30 Rockefeller Plaza, the tallest and most

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  • Cheetah Ashtray

    » Cheetah Ashtray Cheetah Ashtray Located on Broadway and 53rd Street in a building that had once housed one of New York's grand turn-of-the-century ballrooms, The Cheetah opened in April 1966 as a sophisticated nightspot with spotted fur wallpaper, inspired by the era's French discotheques. Cheetah became a jet-set watering hole holding sway in the ranks of Le Club and Arthur. Once icons of hospitality and glamour, ashtrays are part of Americana that now belongs to the past. Offering an authentic Cheetah

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  • Carnegie Deli "Bakelite" Ashtray

    » Carnegie Deli "Bakelite" Ashtray Carnegie Deli "Bakelite" Ashtray The Carnegie Deli is a New York City landmark. Since it first opened in 1937, this deli -cum -schmaltz -fest has become a tourist’s answer to the “authentic” New York experience. Order from a menu big enough to line a birdcage and munch on complimentary half- and full-sour pickles while autographed pictures of celebrities who have eaten here smile at you from the headshot bedecked walls. Food is served with a side of kitsch and a dollop of

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  • Bemelmans Bar Ashtray

    » Bemelmans Bar Ashtray Bemelmans Bar Ashtray Located in the Carlyle Hotel on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, Bemelmans has been a favorite haunt for New Yorkers for years. It draws a lively mix of hotel guests, ladies who lunch, and local residents who appreciate its blend of decorousness and whimsy. The decorousness is implied, but its whimsy is supplied by the murals of animals enjoying nearby Central Park in all four seasons. They were painted by artist Ludwig Bemelmans, for whom the bar is named. (He

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  • Palm Restaurant Ashtray

    » Palm Restaurant Ashtray Palm Restaurant Ashtray The original Palm, opened in 1926 by Pio Bozzi and John Ganzi, consisted of one room at 837 Second Avenue, then it expanded to the second room and eventually to the second floor before opening across the street. The tradition of covering the walls with caricatures of notables and celebrities started when John and Pio had no money to decorate. In a twist on the old saying "sing for your supper," local newspapermen would draw a cartoon in exchange for a plate

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  • Kutsher's Ashtray

    » Kutsher's Ashtray Kutsher's Ashtray A souvenir of the ancient Kutscher's Hotel and Resort, one of the last big Borscht Belt resorts in New York's Catskill Mountains, Jennifer Moses in The New York Times called it "a temple to the worst design elements of the late 60's." Home of the fabled Starlight Room where Dirty Dancing was inspired and filmed. Once icons of hospitality and glamour, ashtrays are part of Americana that now belongs to the past. Offering an ashtray from the golden age of glamorous

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  • House of Chan Ashtray

    » House of Chan Ashtray House of Chan Ashtray Sou Chan, son of a poor Chinese farmer, came to America in 1929 and found his first job as a dishwasher in a Chinese restaurant. Twenty years later, his famous House of Chan, located in New York City but known from coast to coast, was legendary for its authentic Chinese food and for the genial hospitality of its host. House of Chan Ashtray Item #02244

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  • The Peninsula Hotel Ashtray

    » The Peninsula Hotel Ashtray The Peninsula Hotel Ashtray The Peninsula Hotel was originally built in 1905 as the Gotham Hotel, designed in the neo-classical style. It went into bankruptcy in 1908 partly because it could not acquire a liquor license as it was too close to the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church and also as it was overshadowed by more luxurious hotels like the Plaza Hotel just a few blocks north and the St. Regis just across the street from the Gotham. The Hotel was bought in 1988 by the

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