1940's Coca Cola Advertising Cardboard Sign WWll Serviceman And Lady Friend
DESCRIPTION: Have for sale a 1940's Coca Cola cardboard sign. The frame is called Gold Wood Frames by collectors. This was used during the WWll since the government used all the steel. The cardboard sign is of a serviceman with a lady friend having a bottle of Coca Cola. This particular sign is how to find. You do come across other pictures relating to the arm service. In the right hand corner it reads Litho in U. For the sign to be in 70 some years old it is in great condition for it's age. There will be minor scuff. The sign is 62 3/8 long by 33 ¼ inches tall. We strive to handle good quality antiques and a large variety of merchandise.
Our address is 4781 S 135th Rd, Bolivar, MO 65613. STORE POLICY: Our goal is happy and satisfied customers.
We continually try to offer items that are special and of high quality and in good, clean condition. Our policy is included with each individual item that we list. Failure to pay within seven days does give us the right to re-list the item(s).
We do exercise our right to remove an item at any time. RETURN ITEMS: You have 14 days to return items. The item "1940's Coca Cola Advertising Cardboard Sign WWll Serviceman And Lady Friend" is in sale since Thursday, January 11, 2018. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Advertising\Soda\Coca-Cola\Signs".
The seller is "countryclassicantiques" and is located in Bolivar, Missouri. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
- Date of Creation: 1940's
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Type of Advertising: Sign
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States