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Antique Signs - Bing Images / cool layout with gold on black / part of the Brought to you by Glidden event on FunkyJunkInteriors.net

This antique sign advertising ice cream, cakes and sodas is thought to have come from a shop on Atlantic City’s boardwalk. It sold for in a recent Noel Barrett auction.

Antique Frys Chocolate shop display case advertising cabinet,rare larger size

Antique Frys Chocolate shop display case advertising cabinet,rare larger size

Bakery Shops, Antique Cabinets, Chocolate Shop, Shop Displays, Antique Furniture, Candy Store, Display Case, General Store, Display Window

Oak Display Case with Revolving Shelves, Etched Glass, BRASS LANTERN ANTIQUES

Oak Display Case with Revolving Shelves, Etched Glass. This is what I need so i can collect more sewing needfuls!

Vintage Early 1900's Tin "Fresh Roasted Coffee" General Store Counter Display!!

Vintage Early 1900's Tin "Fresh Roasted Coffee" General Store Counter Display

Vintage Early 1900's Tin "Fresh Roasted Coffee" General Store Counter Display!!

444.Hershey’s Chocolate display case ca. 1870-1910; oak case with three glass sides and a hinged door on the rear having the front glass labeled “HERSHEY’S Chocolate Candies, Hershey Chocolate Co., LANCASTER, PA” in silver and brown paint with a painted logo later addition and original finish on wood, 24 ¼”x 24 ¼”x 32 ¼”; Estimate $200.00-$400.00 SOLD FOR: 650.00

Hershey’s Chocolate display case ca. 24 ¼”x 24 ¼”x 32 ¼”, restored graphics

Blinkey Eye Soda Mint Gum, working .1¢ vending machine, rare, ca.1907. Embossed cast-iron case, the eyes blink when a piece of gum is dispensed

Blinkey Eye Soda Mint Gum, working vending machine, rare, Embossed cast-iron case, the eyes blink when a piece of gum is dispensed

1930s Lifesavers Tin Counter Display

Lifesavers Tin Counter Display - I worked for Lifesavor in the I would still see these counter displays even then.

J S Fry & Sons Ltd., Chocolate Display Case Cabinet with Enameled Sign Topper

Victorian Fry's Chocolate Cabinet having a mirrored back and JS Fry & Sons carved into the lower wood base.

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