Nesbitt’s Orange Embossed Soda Pop Menu Sign
An original 1960’s embossed Nesbitt’s Orange soda pop menu sign with the iconic Nesbitt’s Orange logo.
Vintage 1960’s Nesbitt’s Orange Soda Pop Menu Sign
Presented here at Fickle Moon Antiques is this vintage original 1960’s embossed Nesbitt’s Orange soda pop menu sign with the iconic Nesbitt’s logo.
Age appropriate wear including scratches, corners bent, and some rust. Small crease 8″ down on the RHS. As always, please view our pictures as they are essential to the description of the item.
“Made In Canada-Barker-68” (bottom LHS).
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