Posted 6 years ago
A variety of the motion signs from Hamm's beer over the years.
A. The large scenorama sign-measures about 5 ft. across.There are moving and non moving versions-be warned.Check the insides for rollers and a motor before you buy one!
B. The standard Hamms scenorama-the classic,timeless motion sign which features a campsite,canoe and smoking campfire with ascending smoke.There is also a round logo version of this sign which is more rare.
C. 1965 Hamms anniversary rippler-this was made for their 100th anniversary.Very often the outer woodgrain (plastic) edges get broken on these.
D. "Starry skies" sign-this also comes in a small (PAPER bricks) and LARGE version (plastic) and there are a few variations.The one with "aged and aged from moon to moon" below the fence is rare.This features a cartoon moon peeking over the horizon.
E. 1956 T.V. box rippler-Called this (unofficially) because the outer gray cabinet resembles an old TV set.Many times the inner woods/water scene becomes water damaged and wrinkled.
F. Sunrise/sunset sign-two versions,one with the metallic gold goblets and one with a clock in the upper left.
G. "Flipper barrel" sign-with multiple color scenes that "flip" over in succession,5 to 7 seconds apart.
H and I. Billboard and Ice skater bear signs. Both have fragile bases that are prone to cracking.There is also a "tuber bear" sign with a floating bear (holding a 6 pack aloft) that rotates on "water"
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