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    Posted 6 years ago

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    Can anyone tell me anything about this? It is 2 sided. I know nothing about it except what you see. Thanks

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    1. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 6 years ago
      A contemporary Coca-Cola sign with not a lot of value, but a nice decorator piece nevertheless. These frequently come up for auction on eBay. Not sure I've ever seen one sell.
    2. CokeKid-04 CokeKid-04, 6 years ago
      I believe this was part of a Coke display suspended from store ceiling. I did see one at a live auction sell, but was for very little dollars. Same auction I got my "Yes" cardboard sign. Good luck.
    3. Emptynet Emptynet, 6 years ago
      Nice find! I also have one hanging from my ceiling in the man cave but, I also have the original cardboard sign that reads "Reach in stay cool". Yes, this was given out as a display to select stores and the value is not much but, I like it none the less. As I am sure you are aware you are missing the rope as seen in the above Ebay ad's. What is rare to find is the 2'x2' cardboard sign and I have yet to come across another one. The cardboard sign is mounted flush with the ceiling, a screw with a hook goes in the center to secure the sign to the ceiling. The rope is attached to the hook so that the climber hangs from it.

      It is not always the value that inspires one to collect, sometimes it is that "hey that item looks cool to me"

      Happy hunting.

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