Mastro December 2007
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on: 12/14/2007

Spiffy Cola is now one of the many soft drinks relegated to the "Land of Lost Flavors." But for at least a couple of years it was a going concern with a pretty wide distribution network. It would appear that Spiffy, like a number of their competitors, was put out of business by war-time shortages of sugar and flavorings for their product and probably glass and paint for their containers, as well. This 32-3/8" x 11-5/8" sign, features a big, full-figure representation of the odd little lip-licking company mascot, and it also presents a perfect representation of the largely forgotten company's product bottle. Light surface wear and a diminished level of gloss are the sign's most notable condition issues.

Estimated Value: $600 - $800.

Circa 1940 Spiffy Cola Embossed Tin Litho SignCirca 1940 Spiffy Cola Embossed Tin Litho Sign
Circa 1940 "Spiffy Cola" Embossed Tin Litho Sign
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Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $100
Price Realized (Includes Buyers Premium): $180
Number of Bids: 0
Auction closed on: 12/14/2007