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    Posted 4 years ago

    Weaverdi1982
    (2 items)

    Hi, I am looking for some information about this sign. It has no makers mark and the 'R' mark is in a different place to the ones I have seen online.
    Thanks for you help!!

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    Comments

    1. Signaholic Signaholic, 4 years ago
      Probably late 50s to early 1960 era.
    2. Signaholic Signaholic, 4 years ago
      Fresh Up Freddie was a cartoon character 7up used in their TV ads in the 1950s and later the company switched to the slogan of 'Fresh Up" into the early 1960s.
    3. iggy iggy, 4 years ago
      Nice sign! I agree with Signaholic.
    4. Weaverdi1982, 4 years ago
      Thanks for the info, I am a bit concerned it's a repro, as there isn't a makers make like other examples of the same sign???

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