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Original sign from the Cammerari Bakery, of "Moonstruck" Fame

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    Posted 13 years ago

    JPinBklyn
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    Provenance...

    For almost the last 4 years, I owned a cafe in Brooklyn, NY which was the original location of the Cammerari Bakery, immortalized in the movie Moonstruck. The building changed owners, but one of the Cammerari sons still lives in that old building. I was lucky enough to inherit the sign with my original purchase of the cafe.

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    Comments

    1. YardSaleDave, 13 years ago
      Now how cool is that. Could I please have 4 Rum Baba's, 2 Cannolis and a dozen Anisette Biscotti.
    2. JPinBklyn, 13 years ago
      anyone out there know why my jpegs are not showing up?
    3. YardSaleDave, 13 years ago
      The images take awhile to upload to the site. You can view by left clicking.
    4. JPinBklyn, 13 years ago
      ps... this thing is huge, about 3' x 6'
    5. stepback_antiques stepback_antiques, 13 years ago
      Very cool!
    6. thefoxandthebird thefoxandthebird, 13 years ago
      This is so amazing! Love it!

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