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Kay Displays Coca Cola Bottle Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Coca Cola Pilaster Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
3 Foot Diameter White Coca Cola Button Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1940's Double Sided Hanging Coca Cola Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Single Sided Porcelain Coca Cola Spigot Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
1932 Robertson Coca Cola Sign - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Two 1920's Coca Cola Signs - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Magnolia/Magnolene Motor Oil Sign - Petrolianain Petroliana
1920's Fry Visible Pump - Petrolianain Petroliana
Goodyear Porcelain Winged Foot - Signsin Signs

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  1. I will agree with Daddy. Its the main portion of a Kay Displays sign. The bottle had some major abdomenal surgery earlier in its life with its "scar."
  2. Did you buy or swap/trade? I think working out a deal is fun. Like trading baseball cards as a kid! Dave
  3. Great find in outstanding condition! That one certainly was not tacked up on the side of someone's barn!! Dave
  4. Just thinking out loud here. The Moosehead is surrounded by 3 canoe oars. The K's got me thinking about kayak but those paddles have a blade on both ends. No a blade on one and handle on the other. ...
  5. For me, the very best part of your adventures is the companionship of your wife. She obviously loves you and enjoys your company on these quests! THAT is priceless!! Dave
  6. Great sign and and even greater story! Thanks for sharing both!! Dave
  7. I had that for supper last night, Trey! Dave
  8. VERY nice! Dave
  9. It appears to be a US Army button. Dave
  10. Nice work and that is a good friend! Dave
  11. Thanks vintagelamp! This IS one of my absolute favorites! Dave
  12. Great story and cool signs! The Pennzoil with Liberty Bell (from PENNsylvania) sign is from the 1920'2. Dave
  13. Look inside on the liner and find a two digit number embossed there. This would give a more specific year of production. It may well be "29" for 1929. There were two models of this cooler too. Ones w...
  14. Thanks guys! I will have to take a look at earlycoke. Thanks for the reference Daddy! Dave
  15. Apparently I am in your "Other" folder on Facebook, Trey. Add away buddy! : ) Dave
  16. Trey, there is a yellow disc on eBay now. Ending this weekend! Dave
  17. SWEET tray!! Dave
  18. Thanks guys! Dave
  19. Will do Trey! But.....patience my son! lol Dave
  20. Thanks guys. I was pretty sure when I got the first part of the sign that EVENTUALLY I would find the rest! Dave
  21. Thanks for the Love! Cedartown is a nice, quieter town to visit. I have not been out that way for a time now. Maybe if the weather is nicer I will cruise out this weekend!
  22. Thanks guys! Dave
  23. The first name of the instructor looks like "Louis" to my eye. Dave
  24. Many thanks Daddy_Nobucks! I have a few other things I do need to get posted. The finding gives me great pleasure as does revitalizing some of them! Dave
  25. Another nice Trey! I trust that your offer did not include a horses head, "Don Trey"! Dave
  26. Very cool, Rattletrap! I have a 27a machine in my garage. Its amazing how these old machine still operate and cool. That is quality craftsmanship! Dave
  27. The inside liner is likely to have a two digit number embossed on it. That would be the year of manufacture. Dave
  28. Thanks Trey and all for the loves! I have been VERY fortunate lately!! Dave
  29. Happy Easter to you and your family Trey! Another way cool item in your collection! Where in TN is the show that you reference in May? Dave
  30. The story is more interesting for the setting Trey. I was in Senoia, GA where The Walking Dead is shot. I met a guy down there selling a variety of stuff at a yard sale. He had these on the wall of hi...
  31. Another great score Trey! Happy Easter my friend! Dave
  32. Thanks all for the love! I agree robeo4.....these are pieces of art! Dave
  33. I have the same cooler but in Royal Crown Cola! I am pretty sure that it is and S and S cooler from the 1930's or 40's. Dave
  34. Great collection you got going on! Dave
  35. GREAT sign Michael! Dave
  36. Heck, Trey, those Florida flea markets are much better than those up here in Georgia!! lol Dave
  37. I love it! The green and yellow marquee pieces on the sides are in good shape too. Missing are the hangers and "Fountain Service" or "Drugstore" panels across the top. The missing pieces are very di...
  38. Nice find Trey and I LOVE the story about your son! That is wonderful memory for both of you!!
  39. Sorry to JUST be seeing your post Steve! The one I saw was in great condition. As you might guess though it was NFS (NOT for sale) Dave
  40. Great find! I have not been out searching for a little while now. Thank you for the inspiration to hit the road again!
  41. I love it.....both the sign and the story!!
  42. Fantastic condition on the sign my friend!
  43. I love it! Its in "slightly" better condition than mine!! lol
  44. I have the same sign! Very cool! Is the frame around the border metal or wooden? Original frame do you think? Mine has none.
  45. Thanks for the love!!
  46. The "TRADE MARK in the tail was used between 1903 and 1931. REGISTERED"
  47. Is the tree a passenger or is that a European peddle car?! lol
  48. Could you post a few more pictures with more/better lighting please? Can you find any makes badge or plaque on it? Interesting cooler!
  49. VERY cool! I have seen pictures before (just like I am now! lol) and would love to see one in real life. Do the halves bolt together with neon around the outside?
  50. VERY cool! I have seen pictures before (just like I am now! lol) and would love to see one in real life. Do the halves bolt together with neon around the outside?
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