Store displays were the best way for retailers to display their merchandise. Like most of the items explained in this so called "internet museum" are very rare and hard to find. Naturally, once the product is no longer available, they would be destroyed. Below you will find a Phillip Morris cigarette shelf talker, which would have been folded at the perforated line to display in stores for the Father's day cigarette cartons. One of my newest treasures is the Lucite Paint display. It actually came with its original shipping carton as well, although it is missing the cardboard paint can. This is a very large display, vivid colors and the photograph used in the display is that of Lucy's home at the time. The last photo is of a store display for the "I Love Lucy" floor planning guide for Sloane Hardware.