34' 9" Long
Each Panel Is 46" X 46"
The Original Ice Cream And Soda Fountain Sign - Genuine Americana For Sale - early 1900s - This Is A Very Large Vintage - Rexall Drugs One Sided Original Store Front Sign in Porcelain - Very Rare - It is In Condition As Shown. (Please Read History At Bottom Of This Page ) . 34' 9" Long
46" Tall (goes with hanging two sided pole sign)
Each Panel Is 46" X 46" One Only.
Genuine Vintage Collectable Americana (not restored )
We Guarantee These Artifacts To Be Correct As Described ( this is not like e bay ) - We Do Not Restore Or Manufacture Classic or Antique Artifacts, IE Signs, Cans, Logo Art Etc. ( the condition is as shown as found ) We Certify Correctness And Grade. Backed by our 100 year reputation.
We Buy Sell And Trade In This Area For High Quality Genuine Americana - Mostly Used To Decorate Our Custom Man Caves Etc. Top Dollar Cash Paid - We Pick Up Or Ship World Wide. Call 1 800 292 0008
Rexall was a chain of North American drugstores, and the name of their store-branded products. The stores, having roots in the federation of United Drug Stores starting in 1902, licensed the Rexall brand name to as many as 12,000 drug stores across the United States from 1920 to 1977. Rexall drug stores were also the favorite or local teens as a soda fountain and ice cream hang out. (The "Rex" in the name came from the common Rx abbreviation for drug prescriptions.)
In 1902, Louis K. Liggett persuaded 40 independent drug stores to invest $4,000 in a retailers' cooperative called United Drug Stores, which sold products under the Rexall name. After World War I, the cooperative established a franchise arrangement whereby independently owned retail outlets adopted the Rexall trade name and sold Rexall products. The company was based in Boston, in an area now occupied by Northeastern University.