1930 Coca Cola Toonerville Cardboard Uncut Sign

Item: 1930 Coca Cola Toonerville Cardboard Uncut Sign
These small cut-outs were 10 x 15 and printed on lightweight card stock. These were the small giveaways to the children to match the corresponding window displays that were in the local store window. There was a paper poster attached to the window to let the children know they could get a free cutout inside. These are colorful and are rare to find in this condition. This poster was a cutout for children and titled Fontaine Fox Toonerville Town. Featured a great town with a billboard on the hill advertising Coca Cola, a Toonerville train station including a train which was stopped. There was a soda fountain, and even soda jerk carrying two trays of Cokes. On the back was printed a notice to all member of the Scorpion Club, about a meeting about their club sales of Coca Cola. They had made 85 cents on the cold drink stand which started 2 weeks ago. A cute sentence was included EvenStinky Davis' ma likes for him to drink Coca Cola and she is so pertikler she puts perfum on his handerchef. (all spelling is as written). It was signed by the President Spunky Edwards. This was stamped as coming from Eliot Sq. Pharmacy in Roxbury, MASS. He stamped in the sun on the front and on the back. Great piece and in NM condition. 1236-UI
Item Condition: NM
DIMENSIONS: 10" tall by 15" wide
Stock #: 1474

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