Genuine Double Sided Vintage Lake Shore Sealtest Ice Cream Sign
Sign Dimensions: 19" x 28"
Own a piece of American history. This rare and original Sealtest Ice Cream vintage tin sign is in very good condition considering its age, circa. 1940. Our tin litho signs are museum quality and never restored.
Original Sealtest Ice Cream Circa. 1950
Sealtest Dairy was a division of National Dairy Products Corporation of Delaware. It produced milk, cream, ice cream, and lemonade. Sealtest also sponsored an ice cream store at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Florida named Sealtest Ice Cream Parlor and Sealtest Ice Cream Wagon. Sealtest had milk and ice cream plants across the midwestern and northeastern part of the United States, with large operations in Chicago, Milwaukee, Cleveland, LaCrosse, Wisconsin, Huntington, Indiana, Rockford, Illinois, and Philadelphia, as well as New York City. Its Mid-South operations were based in Nashville. The Milwaukee operation was purchased from a family-owned dairy operation, Luick Dairy, in the late 1940s. The Sealtest brand was originally a franchise, much like the 'Quality Chekd' dairy brand - local milk bottlers bought the rights to the Sealtest name in their market areas. Luick and all of the other franchisees were bought up by National Dairy Co. Sealtest Dairy Company was founded and operated by Vernon F. Hovey.
Original Sealtest Dairy Building Clock Circa. 1950