Posted 4 years ago
And I thought baseball cards were hard to keep perfect, I've always known the minty shine of a near perfect piece of cardboard. This piece has been in my possession for 35 years. When I was little, I had a neighbor that worked for coke. He always talked of the differences of reaching out making something available, as opposed to sticking it where everyone will view it. He collected so many great items. He was getting older and a little sicker in the early 80's and started selling off his collections. I helped him with weekend sales for a month or two. He CLEANED HOUSE. Of this sign alone; he had 17, each as perfect as the next. Some sold for $1400. He started feeling better :0). At the end of his last sales, he gave me this and said "start cleaning up and you can start working off a nice frame." Miss you, Mr. Aagard.