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    Posted 3 years ago

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    This one was definitely a rescue and has had quite a history. Picked it up in the middle of Michigan last summer. I had to build a wood frame for the back. It cleaned up as well as could be expected. It has a small bit of writing a little hard to make out: might be AM 36?

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    1. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 3 years ago
      You're in good company(questionable) here on CW/CyberAsylum.
    2. Coke1234 Coke1234, 3 years ago
      When you see a sign in this condition it makes you appreciate a near mint sign and hard it is to find one today. They were put away and never displayed which is pretty rare or hung inside . These signs were meant to be displayed to advertise Coca Cola in country stores. These tin signs would rust and were exposed to the elements.

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