Take your non-sport collection to new heights with this high flying promotional display. Pushing the Wings Cigarettes brand, this 1930s advertising piece is a visual delight with brilliant colors and dynamic graphics. Framed to overall dimensions of 21x31, this attention grabbing promoter touts the Wings brand with a “Cost Less-Last Longer” slogan, along with a contest to win a Piper Cub airplane and its popular series of airplane cards inserted as premiums in cigarette packages. Traces of light, scattered soiling and other minor signs of wear do little diminish the broad appeal of this captivating sign which rates technically as (VG) due to a small hole, some creasing and a short edge tear in the lower left quadrant and a small y-shaped slash at the six o'clock position. Showing jump off the surface images and lettering, this near-antique piece presents much better than the sum of its minor condition blemishes which are really are not that noticeable upon casual viewing.
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