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Belgian Tin Sign for Liquor Witte Schmidt, 1930s

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Belgian Tin Sign for Liquor Witte Schmidt, 1930s

1930s Tin Sign for Liquor Witte Schmidt. This Belgian Advertising sign dates from the late 1930s. It is dated 1939 and made by the company Jofico Brussels. It has a black background with an orange monkey on top of the bottle aperitif drink. It’s a luxe dram based on wine. This antique sign for liquor is a tin sign mounted on cardboard. For the age still in beautiful condition, the back is a little inflated. Collectible Sign and great wall decoration for Monkey lover.

Specifications Old Sign for Liquor

Dimensions: L 34 x D 0,5x H 49 cm
Origin: Belgium
Period: 1930s
Materials: Tin - Cardboard
Condition: Photos are part of the description

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