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My husband's uncle managed a drug store that had a soda fountain in the 20's and 30's, and bought two of the soda fountain copper sinks when the store closed. Would like to find out who the Maker is, and possibly where they were made. Thank you.

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  1. lisa1218, 3 years ago
    Any help with identifying these would greatly be appreciated...Thank you!
  2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 3 years ago
    OK, you didn't provide much to work with. What part of the country was the drug store located in? You are talking the great depression years if your age is right, which I seriously doubt. If we assume your dates are right then these would have probably been made fairly local because of shipping costs. The faucet, cross knob, drain and overflow make me think this is a few years newer.
  3. lisa1218, 3 years ago
    Hi fhrjr2,

    The sinks came out of the old Johnston Drug Store in Pocahontas, Arkansas, and yes they were purchased during the depression....Thank you for your help!

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