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In the old days, when you checked in at a hotel, most of the time a prestigious hotel, the hotel label was pasted on your luggage by the staff (especially bellhops) in order to promote their establishment.
Some hotels gave their customers one label for their luggage, and another one for their scrapbook. While the luggage label itself can not be collected as it has been used, collectors love scrapbook labels as many of them were not used at all.
Here is an unused label from Hotel Commodore in Paris. Its style shows that it was probably made in the 50s, possibly early 60s.
The pictures shown are scanned, and not taken with a camera.
It is in great condition, with a few signs of age, especially on the top half, and small damages on the bottom corners (left corner shown on scanned picture. Please feel free to ask for more pictures if needed)
It measures 12.7 cm x 9 cm
The hotel still exists today, at the same address, but is now called the Millennium Hotel Paris Opera. The decoration is typical of the beginning of the 20th Century.