Item: 1930s Sunshine Biscuits Store Display Stand with inserts
If you are looking for something for you home that is unusual and useful here it is. From storing books to storing packages of food, this is great! This unusual slant front display stand dates from the 1930's or 1940's and was used to display boxes of Sunshine Biscuits. The case is made of steel, mounted on rollers for easy moving, and holds up to a dozen cardboard boxes, with hinged glass lids, that held the different varieties of biscuits, crackers, or cookies that Sunshine produced. The case is dark blue and has an image of the Sunshine Bakers and the inscription Sunshine Biscuits From the Thousand Window Bakeries at the base across the front. There are labels on the sides of the stand with the same inscription. The glass lids have metal frames inscribed Sunshine Biscuits, Loose - Wiles Biscuit Company. The display stand measures thirty-two inches tall by forty-five inches wide by twenty-six inches deep at the base and is in excellent condition with original paint on every panel except for the top which has been repainted. For pickup at our antique shop or we can meet you at one of our shows. 14781-51ITT
Item Condition: exc
DIMENSIONS: 32" tall by 45" wide
Stock #: 14781c
Open by chance or appointment. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We buy collections. We will be attending the Mason Dixon Gas and Oil Show, Frederick Fairgrounds in Frederick Md on March 9th. We will be glad to bring any of your purchases.