Dating coke button signs
"Drink Coca- Cola Thirst knows no season" Circa 1940.
Chip at top grommet and a second one under the bottom grommet.
These button signs with green lines are strictly Canadian and prized by collectors for their graphics and colors.
A few light scratches and some very minor pitting on the white letters but this is truly very minor. 1950'S CANADIAN COCA-COLA DIE CUT EASEL BACK SANTA CLAUSE DISPLAY SIGN. "Servez Coca Cola" with a jolly Santa holding up 6 bottles of Coca-Cola.
These are fence posts that were in front of the old Tougas and Nicholson Coca-Cola bottling plant in Valleyfield Quebec, Canada.
OZ'S."These bottles have factory holes that are threaded for mounting.
Measures exact same size as glass display bottles from late 1920's early 1930's 20" in height with a 6" diameter. Face of this sign is in great condition with only two tiny chips to the left of the bottle at the top.
Sign shows bottle marked " Coca-Cola Trade Mark registered Bottle Pat'd Nov.
FABULOUS 1930'S COCA-COLA GENERAL STORE ICE COOLER.
Tiny nail hole in top center of sign and minor edge wear.
Chip at top mounting hole and one chip to the left of "C" in "COME" on yellow border. Second side has edge chips on top arch- fairly minor. CANADIAN 1948 COCA COLA CARDBOARD ADVERTISING SIGN. These signs were made for the French Canadian market in Quebec Canada. BUVEZ COA-COLA VENDU ICE GLACE " French translates to "Drink Coca-Cola Sold Here Iced".