Rare Polar Tobacco sign dug by me in PA!

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PlaneDiggerCam

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I've been digging a killer dump down in PA while at college and this is my first true porcelain sign I've ever dug! It is a rare one from what I have been told as well!

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Thanks for looking,
PlaneDiggerCam
 

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not in bad condition for being in a dump for that long , don't really know much about tobacco or old signs but does have a neat look to it
 

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Great find! Not one I've heard of before. Especially nice to find one with both a picture and two different colours on it.
 

Chuck Allen

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Great discovery ! It is in decent condition for being that old! Never heard of " Polar" before
but I am sure someone out there could fill you in?
 

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Any connection to Polar Soda out of Worcester, MA? --The font and colors/design look close...
 

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Polar Bear Tobacco is well known for being one of the companies who put 1909-11 T206 baseball cards (think the famous Honus Wagner card) in their products.
 

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