From our personal 35 year Coca-Cola Collection. But doing some downsizing, and closing the eyes to some of the "Favorites".
And Surly Tough to come by. Coca-Cola Telephone Girl Kay Display Wood Framed Cardboard Poster Sign for the year of 1940 - McCandlish Litho - Philadelphia With the Original Pressed Steel Coke Emblem Affixed Two side steel rods, and all the original accent balls.This Beauty originated in a small town store in upper N. They had it on display since 1940, and kept it Well Protected. When the store closed, so did the doors, until a few decades ago... The poster has never been taken out of the frame since 1940. Just now, I Carefully slid it up the track a bit, to photograph the small border print, and to show you that the borders of the sign are present.
In order to take it completely out, the original slide lock mount. And the hanger would need to be removed. I didn't feel the need to disturb.
It's in Top Notch Condition! On a 1-10 scale, a definite 8 range Bright Vivid and Strong Colors. Some minor normal consistant fade to the Coke carton some slight wears/scuffs, signs of age etc.
The frame shows the expected ageing signs, finish wears, soilings etc. I think it looks just fine the way she is. The entire frame measures 31 1/2" x 21 1/2" including the beads The poster measures apx. We have other Coca Cola listed, and More Coming. Images created Large & Precise for Your consideration of condition accuracy.
Obviously Not on the item(s). Come Visit SodaPopBottles on Facebook. Please pay within 2 days. The item "1940 Coca-Cola Telephone Girl Kay Display Wood Framed Cardboard Poster Sign" is in sale since Thursday, February 23, 2017.This item is in the category "Collectibles\Advertising\Soda\Coca-Cola\Signs". The seller is "den6sher" and is located in Webster, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.