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    Posted 10 years ago

    Terrya
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    I've had these cut outs for about 20 years and have never seen them in any books. I'm looking for information about them.

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    1. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 10 years ago
      I have no idea. My guess is that it was part of a 1940's festoon. Can't find it petrtti's.
    2. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 10 years ago
      Looks more 50's. ? Back Bar displays where made to hang on the top of soda fountain back bars. NICE! Dave
    3. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 10 years ago
      It could be.
    4. earlycoke earlycoke, 9 years ago
      Terrya,
      The 2 largest parts are part of a 5 part festoon a fairly rare 1945 festoon. The girl in the yellow would have been on the left and the girl in the green, on the right. There was a center piece with a woman in blue along with the Coca-Cola red disk. On each side of the girls there would have been a banner-like cutout that said "have a coke" and the other banner said "so delicious". The die-cut you have in the center belongs to another festoon from the same timeframe. The same lady is on the January page of the 1944 calendar (although holding a bottle).

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