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The "Splendid Splinter" was famous for destroying pitches, but he also served an effective pitch man for Moxie, America's first mass-produced soft drink back in the 1870s. Ted Williams' image graces this three-dimensional display for Moxie, which is still enjoys regional popularity in New England. Measuring 26.25x15.5", the display folds out to create a counter, on which to set bottles or six packs. From the late 1950s or early 1960s, the yellow, white and red cardboard stand is in EX condition and features the writing: "TED WILLIAMS SAYS 'MAKE MINE MOXIE'" and "IT'S A HIT, SAYS TED WILLIAMS."
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