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ENJOY PEPSI Ghost Sign on wood building
ENJOY PEPSI Ghost Sign on wood building
Photo #1243
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by Jan Kaulins

VINTAGE ENJOY PEPSI Ghost Sign on the side of an old weathered wooden building. Though we have several old ghost signs in our collection painted on brick we rarely come across these large signs on the side of an old wooden structure like this. It's a wonderful image of a with many year old peeling paint that you can still make out the 5 cent price in a circle at top left, an old tilted bottle of this classic beverage and the scrolling logo of one of America's long time favorite soda's---Pepsi Cola. I would imagine this sign has to be at least fifty years old judging by the graphics and the condition. A very unique item to add to any collector of Vintage Pepsi Cola items.

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