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    Posted 2 years ago

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    Another one of our neatest pieces. Found this at a local antique shop. Never seen another one like it. Once we learned the story and history of the original Cheek and Neal coffee company (Maxwell House) we went on a mission to find some of the original pieces. We're assuming it was an advertising sign for a general store in the 20's.

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    1. iggy iggy, 2 years ago
      I also like those 'Lovely Limes' bottles. Reminds me of 'Bubble Up' bottles. Similar in appearance.
    2. MacFee MacFee, 2 years ago
      We also collect A lot of the cloverdale items (which is who makes lovely limes) . Their logo has always incorporated a 4 leaf clover in some way. We collect pretty much anything that has a clover on it

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