A WWII Naval Officer helps lace up the young woman's roller skates, as she holds two cold bottles of coke. Super graphic and touching subject matter!
Measures 16" x 27" unframed. Condition is good to very good, as as shown in photos. First photos show sign in frame.
Remaining photos show the poster out of the frame. I recommend a new larger frame with matting, to cover up the 11-12 tack holes that can be seen in the outer edges. Please note condition in photos: bottom left corner is dinged, scrape on right leg of woman, minor lifting of paper at bottom right corner, scrape and 1/2 tear at left skate, and a few other rub marks. There are also several "impressions" from scratches on the faces and in main filed, but they do not go through the paper, and are not really visible once the poster is behind glass and displayed on the wall.See the first couple photos again. I can only guess some young person years ago scribbled and traced on top of the poster. Not perfect, but still displays very well and remains an excellent example of WWII era Coca Cola advertising. Printed in bottom right corner : LITHO IN U. Printed in bottom left corner: COPYWRIGHT THE COCA COLA COMPANY 1943. I try to point out any significant defects or flaws in the item that may be overlooked in the photos, so that you know exactly what you are getting. Remember, this stuff is old and has been used. However, if you are not satisfied with the item, please let me know right away and every effort will be made to resolve the issue. Otherwise, all sales are final. Items must be well packed and arrive in the condition sent. The item "Original 1943 Coca Cola Cardboard Poster Sign, Not embossed, Not Porcelain" is in sale since Sunday, March 06, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Advertising\Soda\Coca-Cola\Signs". The seller is "ljh7211" and is located in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
This item can be shipped to United States.