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Posted 7 years ago


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Can anyone help me identify this sign? I can't find one like it on the internet. I'd like to know what year it was made, if possible, and any other information that you might have. It's in great shape, some fading in the paint, but no dents. I believe it's a metal sign, but it's mounted and framed, with a simple wire hanger attached to the back. It measures 24" x 60". Any idea of its value?

Thank you so much for your help!


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  1. Terry, 7 years ago
    Ray, thank you for the info! I've been enjoying going through all the posts and the information you guys are able to provide!
    Actually, I have an offer of $800 for the sign and a Vendo 23 Coke machine that I also have. Does that seem to be a fair price? I'm tempted..... ;-)
  2. lonewolf121 lonewolf121, 7 years ago
    Post your v23 so we can see the condition. Ray being at $300 for the sign is more then fair, so that means $500 for the machine? I question that, but condition is everything. Please post.
  3. tjonesok, 7 years ago
    lonewolf121, I posted a picture of the vendo 23 under the coke machines sub-category. Check it out and let me know.
  4. lonewolf121 lonewolf121, 7 years ago
    Something went wrong, I can't find it. Can you try again?
  5. tjonesok, 7 years ago
    Ray, are you still interested in the sign? If so, e-mail me at
  6. jitterbugsandy, 7 years ago
    I have this sign too but it is not made of tin. It is like a pegboard on the back. It was in my grandmothers store which was connected to the house and when it was sold, it was the last thing I took walking out the door on a whim. Does it make sense that it is a board of some kind instead of tin?

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