Early Coca Cola Metal Sign With Victorian Shingles Salvaged From Building C.1920
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Early Coca Cola Metal Sign With Victorian Shingles Salvaged From Building C.1920:
Early Metal Coca Cola Sign Framed In Victoria Era Shingles
Salvaged from a family owned Victorian era store in Jacksonville,Florida demolished in the 1960's the family heirs saved thismetal Coke sign from the store professionally framed withinmetal shingles from the building. The heirs to have passed on.The result is an amazing slice of Victorian-era life and stylethat easily hangs on a wall.
The wood craft skill required to tie this all togetheris a work of art in itself.
The Victorian shingles are nailed to the wood frame inthe same manner as originally installed.
The metal Coca-Cola sign is early. The logo is raisedas well as painted. It does have fade, wear, scratches,scuffs and rust!
36" x 24" x 2"
Perfect for any collector, game room, restaurant, bar, grill,lounge, shoppe easily enhances any Victorian, country orvintage theme decor.
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