Brandimist cola sign

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Hello! Thanks for letting me in this wonderful group!! I got this sign today. What’s the age? Sadly it’s cut. Not sure of a value

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Hello! Thanks for letting me in this wonderful group!! I got this sign today. What’s the age? Sadly it’s cut. Not sure of a value

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you'd have to look into the history of this bottler as to when they used that specific bottle . that be the easiest way to get an idea of a time period when its from

too bad its cut , that may hurt its value
 

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That's a real shame it was cut, but I imagine it'll still have some decent value since it's a sign for a smaller bottler which actually depicts the bottle. Is it enamel or painted tin? As for age I'd guess 30s-40s based on the bottle, maybe 50s at the late end since that's when most bottlers were phasing out deco bottles.
 

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That's a real shame it was cut, but I imagine it'll still have some decent value since it's a sign for a smaller bottler which actually depicts the bottle. Is it enamel or painted tin? As for age I'd guess 30s-40s based on the bottle, maybe 50s at the late end since that's when most bottlers were phasing out deco bottles.


it looks painted. Not sure to be honest. I wish they didn’t cut the extra 5” but it was really cheap and my wife is named Brandy. So it kinda fits the shop.I was assuming 30s ish. Honestly I paid $30 for it. I got a few bottles I need to post on here. I normally collect gas and oil but I’m starting to like the bottles now!
 

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it looks painted. Not sure to be honest. I wish they didn’t cut the extra 5” but it was really cheap and my wife is named Brandy. So it kinda fits the shop.I was assuming 30s ish. Honestly I paid $30 for it. I got a few bottles I need to post on here. I normally collect gas and oil but I’m starting to like the bottles now!

I googled brandimist and that bottle comes up as being from the late 20's > 30's , so I would imagine the sign is from same time period

its weird they cut off the bottom , maybe it was damaged or store made a custom alteration to fit there display /building
 

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I googled brandimist and that bottle comes up as being from the late 20's > 30's , so I would imagine the sign is from same time period

its weird they cut off the bottom , maybe it was damaged or store made a custom alteration to fit there display /building
Usually cut to make a repair. For example... often in a roof to fix a hole.
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Usually cut to make a repair. For example... often in a roof to fix a hole.
ROBBYBOBBY64.
Yeah what Robby said makes sense, during the depression era anything you can find to make repairs. The bottle pictured is 1920's-it was their earlier deco style bottle. My bottle pictured is a little later with more detail in the embossing of the barrel late 20's early 30's.
 

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