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1950's PEPSI THERMOMETER

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Advertising2461 of 4895Vintage Metal Royal Crown Cola Sign"The Great Raymond" Original 1913 Theatre Royal Broadside
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Posted 2 years ago

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CAD1949
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IT IS MY UNDERSTANDING THIS IS A 1943 PEPSI THERMOMETER. THE GRAPHICS LOOK TO BE RIGHT FOR THE ERA AND THERE IS A 43 AT THE BASE EDGE OF THE SCALE WHICH IS SUPPOSE TO BE INDICATIVE OF THE YEAR. OVERALL GOOD CONDITION AND TOTALLY FUNCTIONAL. CAN ANYONE VERIFY THIS FOR ME AS THIS NOT MY STRONGEST POINT OF KNOWLEDGE. THANKS

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  1. EJW-54 EJW-54, 2 years ago
    I can tell you from my research that your single dot Pepsi cap logo is 51-62, 1940's would be a double dot, the script also changed in 51. In 43 the bottle cap sign was not in use yet. Many people mistake that #43 as the year but I've found that not to be true. "Any weather's Pepsi weather" was used in 51. hope this helps.
  2. CAD1949 CAD1949, 2 years ago
    THANK YOU EJW54 THE INFORMATION IS APPRECIATED.

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