Restaurant Row

Dorrian's Red Hand Ashtray

$195.00

Its history dates back to grandfather "Red" Dorrian's bootlegging days in the 1920s, and by the 1960s this Upper East Side hangout had become a pillar of a social institution for brothers of Sigma Phi. CLICK HERE for more information

Fifth Avenue Hotel Ashtray

$129.00

The Fifth Avenue Hotel, built in 1856 by Amos Richards Eno, became host to numerous notable guests including Boss Tweed, Jay Gould, Jim Fisk and Commodore Vanderbilt. Offered is a memento of a visit to the famed hotel, a genuine guestroom ashtray. CLICK HERE for more information


Forum of the Twelve Caesars Ashtray (1957-1975)

$75.00

Legendary restaurateur Joe Baum created a parade of legendary spots, including the Forum of the Twelve Caesars. Designs for the restaurant extended beyond the interiors, to tabletop details including a magnificent ashtray. CLICK HERE for more information

Governor Clinton Hotel Ashtray (1929)

$129.00

Named for George Clinton, the first governor of New York State, built in 1929 in the Italian Renaissance style, the Governor Clinton Hotel had 32 floors and was 378 feet high. CLICK HERE for more information


Henry Stampler's Filet Mignon Ashtray

$145.00

Besides operating two of the busiest steakhouses in the city during the "Mad Men" era, Henry and Dan Stampler are credited with inventing the "doggie bag" in 1948. Offering an authentic ashtray from Henry Stampler's Filet Mignon, now out of favor along with cigarettes. CLICK HERE for more information

Hotel Algonquin Ashtray

$295.00

The Algonquin Hotel is a wondrous accretion of legend left behind by countless wits, wags, actors, playwrights, and novelists. Offered is a venerable relic that someone swiped from the legendary hotel. CLICK HERE for more information


Hotel Astor Ashtray

$149.00

With the opening of the Hotel Astor, William Waldorf Astor helped to transform the very idea of the hotel into an ostentatious showcase for the lifestyles of the extremely wealthy. CLICK HERE for more information

Hotel Delmonico Ashtray

$89.00

Residents of the Hotel Delmonico included columnist and TV personality Ed Sullivan, banker Oliver Harriman, and New York Governor Charles S. Whitman. Offering a rare guestroom ashtray from the Hotel Delmonico. CLICK HERE for more information


Hotel Dixie Ashtray

$169.00

The Hotel Dixie opened in 1930, the same year as the Chrysler Building. It had entrances on 42nd Street and 43rd Street, and the Central Union Bus Terminal occupied the basement. CLICK HERE for more information

Hotel Edison Ashtray

$69.00

One of the oldest hotels in Times Square, the Edison was built in 1931 in the same Art Deco style as the Radio City Music Hall. The loan-shark murder scene in The Godfather was shot in the hotel's restaurant. CLICK HERE for more information


Hotel Gramercy Park Ashtray

$295.00

One of New York’s truly legendary hotels, the Gramercy Park Hotel was built on the site of flamboyant architect Stanford White’s home, where artists, adventurers and bon vivants rubbed elbows. CLICK HERE for more information

Hotel Lexington Ashtray

$129.00

The 27-story Hotel Lexington has been a hospitality landmark since 1929, residence of “Hall of Famer” Joe DiMaggio of the New York Yankees. Offered is a rare ashtray swiped from a guestroom of the legendary hotel. CLICK HERE for more information


Hotel Manhattan Ashtray (Birthplace of Manhattan Cocktail)

$95.00

The Hotel Manhattan was one of the great American skyscraper hotels of the nineteenth century, inspiration for the Manhattan cocktail. Offered is a handsome ashtray rescued from the legendary hotel. CLICK HERE for more information

Hotel New Yorker Ashtray

$189.00

Built in 1929, the New Yorker Hotel largely resembles that of the Empire State Building, which lies just a couple blocks due east on 34th Street. Offering a vintage guestroom ashtray. CLICK HERE for more information


Hotel Piccadilly Ashtray

$125.00

From the 1930s to the 1950s, the Hotel Piccadilly was a hot place to book a room or meet for a drink. Although it was orn down in 1982 to make way for the Marriott.Marquis, we've managed to rescue a guest room ashtray, desirable for its connection to the culture of New York City. CLICK HERE for more information

Hotel Roosevelt Ashtray

$129.00

Named in honor of Theodore Roosevelt and designed by George B. Post & Son, the stately Hotel Roosevelt was at one time linked with Grand Central Terminal. Offered is a venerable relic from the legendary Roosevelt. CLICK HERE for more information


Hotel St. Moritz Ashtray

$149.00

Gone is the grand dowager of Central Park, Hotel St. Moritz, designed by Emery Roth in 1929. At the corner of Central Park South and Avenue of the Americas now stands the Ritz-Carlton. CLICK HERE for more information

Hotel Taft Ashtray

$89.00

The Taft was once the third-largest hotel in Manhattan, with 20 stories, 1750 rooms, where Vincent Lopez led his famous big band in the hotel's Grill Room, beginning in the 1940s. CLICK HERE for more information


Hotel Times Square Ashtray

$129.00

At the "Crossroads of the World," the 15-story, 1,000-room Hotel Times Square was completed in 1924 at the northeast corner of Eighth Avenue and 43rd Street. Offering an ashtray from the golden age of glamorous smoking. CLICK HERE for more information

House of Chan Ashtray

$145.00

Sou Chan came to America in 1929 and found his first job as a dishwasher in a New York City Chinese restaurant. Twenty years later, his famous House of Chan was legendary for its authentic Chinese food. CLICK HERE for more information