1953 Coca Cola Cardboard Sign Graham W. Jackson", "Drink Coca Cola in Bottles" 56 1/2" x 27 1/2. Up for your consideration is a large cardboard 1953 Coca Cola advertising sign featuring Graham W. Jackson with "Drink Coca Cola in Bottles" slogan.This sign is displayed at the World of Coca Cola Museum at Coke's Headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Jackson was famous musician and a favorite of Eleanor and President Franklin Roosevelt. Jackson became world-famous when Life Magazine took a famous photo of Jackson playing "Goin' Home" as Roosevelt's funeral train departed Warm Springs, Georgia for Washington, D. Note: The sign is in two pieces and is missing a small piece on the lower center edge. Photo #2 shows the separate pieces. Photo #1 shows the sign with the pieces assembled. If edged together and framed with a patch to cover the small missing section you will have a spectacular historic piece of Coca Cola art for your collection or to display.
This is a sign with vivid Coca Cola colors and graphics, and, combined with the size, has dramatic visual impact. Please examine the hi-res details of the sign.
Dimensions: 56 1/2" Width by 27 1/2". Thanks for taking a moment to look at this Coca Cola sign. The item "1953 Coca Cola Cardboard Sign Graham W.
Jackson Drink Coca Cola in Bottles" is in sale since Thursday, December 14, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Advertising\Soda\Coca-Cola\Posters & Prints". The seller is "tum454" and is located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
This item can be shipped to United States.