Liggett Group Inc.
Liggett Group Inc.
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|Company||Liggett Group Inc.
|Certificate Type||Common Stock
|Date Issued||February 22, 1977|
|Printer||American Bank Note Company
12" (w) by 8" (h)
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Some of the highlights of Liggett & Myers illustrious history...
1822 - J.E. Liggett's grandfather opens snuff shop in Belleville, Illinois
1869 - First blended cigarettes created, using a mixture of Turkish and Virginia tobaccos
1873 - Liggett forms partnership with George S. Myers and new company is incorporated as Liggett & Myers Company
1876 - Liggett & Myers introduces L&M plug chewing tobacco
1880’s - Liggett & Myers enters cigarette business
1899 - Liggett & Myers acquired by the American Tobacco Company, controlled by James B. Duke
1911 - U.S. Court of Appeals issues Dissolution Decree to The American Tobacco Company and Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company is reborn
1916 - Chesterfield becomes first cigarette to add a moisture-proof, overall cover to the paper and foil pack
1921 - Cigarettes become most-used form of tobacco
1952 - Chesterfield becomes first cigarette offered in two sizes: King and Regular
1968 - The company changes its name to Liggett & Myers, Incorporated
1970 - Eve brand is launched in regular and menthol
1976 - The company name changes to Liggett Group Inc. with Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company as a division
1980 - Liggett Group Inc. acquired by Grand Metropolitan PLC<
1981 - Liggett introduces generic cigarette concept
1983 - Liggett Group Inc. name changes to GrandMet USA and tobacco company is officially named Liggett Group Inc.
1999 - Liggett sells L&M, Lark & Chesterfield brands to Philip Morris
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