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This lot is just too good to be true. A drug store soda shop’s advertising signs mostly from the 1950’s thru the 1970’s, all unpicked for a huge assembly of products. Consists of: Approximately (80) Ice Cream diecut cardboard signs and paper trolley signs from the 1950’s and 1960’s. Several of each of the following: Popsicle and Fudgsicle (1958), Eskimo Pie, Reymers (20+), Euclid (20+) and many other sweet sensations. Also, two Captain Crunch cereal bars, (10) huge diecut Cardboard easle-backed displays from the 1950’s-60’s for Easter and Christmas. (9) Schraft displays - one is Winston cigarettes. Average size is 27x38”. Health and beauty signs and diecut displays from the 1950s and 1960s (approximately 30 - mostly carboard including Brylcreen, 1951). Bayer Aspirin, Ponds Cold Cream etc. Even a few unmade empty boxes of 1920’s Caster Oil. (34) tobacco signs mostly from the 1960’s-70’s and approximately 20 miscellaneous. Many of the tobacco make store display cigarette boxes. Also, a couple of Gene Autry programs (1949), burlesque, & Moulin Rouge (VG+ to EX). Signs sizes average 16x20” and EX.
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