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    Posted 7 years ago

    david.a.je…
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    Found at a thrift store and can't find any information about this piece. Its a wooden coca-cola sign titled At The Opera copyright 1901. Very worn condition.

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    1. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 7 years ago
      In Coca-Cola collecting, this is referred to as a fantasy piece. Not a copy of an old, authentic sign, but a made up piece of relatively recent manufacture. Nice decorative appeal.

      http://www.ebay.com/itm/Unique-Coca-Cola-034-At-the-Opera-034-Wall-Plaque-Decoupage-/151446028302
    2. fortapache fortapache, 7 years ago
      I believe that is a raison drying board but I could be mistaken.
    3. rocker-sd rocker-sd, 7 years ago
      These were made and sold in the 1970's. Reproduction or fantasy posters were decopodged onto old surplus raisen drying boards from the vinyards in California. Just a cool decorating piece. They were popular at swap meets and craft shows.
    4. michellerduBois michellerduBois, 6 years ago
      rocker-sd hit the nail on the head. The vineyards changed the regulations with the handling process which made these raisin drying boards plentiful but obsolete. So some clever people decided to recycle them into decoupaged vintage decor. Michelle

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