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727: COOKS BEER GOLDBLUME BLACK AMERICANA SIGN
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Auction ended on December 5th, 2008 UTC
727: COOKS BEER GOLDBLUME BLACK AMERICANA SIGN
Measures approx. 13" from top to bottom edge of sign and 21" across from side to side. Great Black Americana, Cooks Goldblume Beer sign depicting the butler delivering the boss his beer, marked on the front in the lower right hand corner F.W. Cook Co., Evansville, Ind. American Art Works.
Very nice condition with no paint loss or fading and has its original hanger chain.
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