Coca-Cola Sign (porcelain enamel) A681

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Tremendous, heavy signs which once adorned Mom and Pop grocery stores all around the U.S. - these from the Southland, from the Carson area. Dating from 1933. Part of the pop cultural landscape for generations of Angelenos, and like they say, delicious and refreshing! Four feet high x eight feet long. Price on request.

“Camp’s Frozen Steaks” Metal Lettering Sign AP300

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The whole Camp's Frozen Steak metal sign measures over 25 ft long!!! I will sell the sections separately or together: the neon actually wrapped around the letters of the Camp's part of this sign. I still have the neon for this. Most are pieces but some are complete and ready to reuse. Call for pricing.

Bill Murphy Buick “Service Parts” Metal Lettering AP290

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Race car legend Bill Murphy 's Buick dealership of Culver City "Service Parts" metal lettering sign that used to house neon. Letters measure approx.18" x 12" x  3" Murphy was the owner and operator of Bill Murphy Buick on Washington Boulevard in Culver City and in his 40s when he began generating headlines for his car ...

White Tower Neon Sign: Hamburgers 5c AP192

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Painted scroll work at the ends. In great condition and full working order: Circa 1934-39.Sign measures 12" x 94" x 41". White Tower Hamburgers was founded in 1926 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and with its similar white fortress-like structure, is considered an imitator of White Castle. The chain was successful and expanded to other cities, including Chicago, ...

Coca Cola WW II Cardboard Grocery Display Sign: “Havoc” AP60

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1943 Coca Cola WW II Cardboard Grocery Display Sign: "Havoc". Board measures 13 x 15. $95 The Douglas A-20/DB-7 Havoc was a family of American attack, light bomber and night fighter aircraft of World War II, that served with several Allied air forces, principally those of the Soviet Union, United Kingdom, and United States. The DB-7 was also ...

Advertising Sign “Exide Battery” AP72

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Embossed Exide Battery sign. Great artifact of a classic, and still flourishing, brand. Price on request. Exide was founded by W.W. Gibbs in 1888 and was then called Electric Storage Battery Company. Gibbs purchased the ideas and patents of inventor Clement Payen to make the storage battery a commercial product. Gibbs targeted electric lighting companies so they ...

Advertising Sign “Nehi Soda” AP79

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Vintage Metal "We Serve Ice Cold Nehi" Soda Sign. Nehi is a flavored soft drink that originated in America. It was introduced in 1924 by Chero-Cola/Union Bottle Works. The "Nehi Corporation" name was adopted in 1928 after the Nehi fruit-flavored sodas became popular. In 1955, the company changed its name to Royal Crown Company, after its RC Cola brand. It was founded by Claude ...

Advertising Sign “Certain-teed Roofs” AP97

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Certain-teed Roofs Advertising Sign. Sign measures 13 1/2 x 19 1/2. Price on request. CertainTeed Corporation is a North American manufacturer of building materials for both commercial and residential construction. It is the largest manufacturer of building materials in North America and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Compagnie de Saint-Gobain SA of France. CertainTeed exports building ...

Advertising Sign “Sakrete” AP99

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"Sakrete" embossed advertising sign for concrete. Sign measures 19 1/2 x 27 1/2. Immensely humorous, with a pop of color. From Sakrete's 2011 75th anniversary hand-out: "Founders Art and Mary Avril, with their ready-mix concrete business, recognized a need among customers for just a small amount of concrete for a job around the house. And since ...