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    Posted 10 years ago

    dadsstuff
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    I have this very old Molson beer sign. Not sure if it's ceramic, metal or something else. It's pretty heavy (maybe 20-25 lbs). Is anyone familiar with this item that can share it's age and approximate value. Thanks

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    1. canman55 canman55, 5 years ago
      Not very rare, sorry to say. Have seen them on ebay in VG shape going for $50.
    2. PostCardCollector PostCardCollector, 5 years ago
      Mike & Frank, American Pickers, T V series love to buy things that are very used looking and have buyers for them. I am sure they would love this. Maybe wrIte the show and send a photo, if you are wanting to sell. I like it.
    3. deed6181, 3 years ago
      hi, I have one just like it. It's made of plaster and is very easily broken so not many servived. Made in the 1930's to commemorate molson's 150 th anniversary. There are many replica's made from foam and plastic so your's (and mine) are unique and somewhat rare. I've seen one ,simular, sell for $850. Mine is a family heirloom so value is priceless.

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