Original Breyers Ice Cream Sign: Genuine Embossed Metal Advertising – VS2000
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Vintage 1930’s Metal Embossed Sign Is In Original Unrestored Condition
Type: Embossed metal
Size: 4′ wide x 29 1/2″ tall
Original Breyers Ice Cream Sign: Genuine Embossed Metal Advertising
At ArtFactory.com, we have one of the largest selections of genuine, vintage Americana signs available anywhere. This Original Breyers Ice Cream sign, used to be one side of a huge double sided hanging sign from the 1930's. This large tin sign is 4' wide x 29 1/2" tall. The green metal frame had hanging brackets on top of an art deco base with rounded sides and embossed "Groceries" or "Fountain" display. This classic graphic will add a statement to your man cave, lady lounge or restaurant and bring anybody feelings of nostalgia. This sign won't last long and is becoming harder to come as days pass.
Like all of our investment quality collectibles, this sign is 100% authentic. This Original Breyers Ice Cream sign is in excellent condition. It is virtually free of scratches, dings, dents, or other imperfections that you would normally expect to find in a sign of this age. Even the back of the sign is clean and free of rust and corrosion. Don't settle for low quality reproductions that will never have any long term value. To order this or any of our other vintage porcelain signs, call ArtFactory.com at 1-800-292-0008 for pricing today.
Breyers Ice Cream Company History
In 1866, William A. Breyer began to produce and sell iced cream in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, first from his home, and later via horse and wagon on the streets. Breyer's son Henry, incorporated the business in 1908. The formerly independent Breyer Ice Cream Company was sold to the National Dairy Products Corporation in 1926. National Dairy then changed its name to Kraftco in 1969, and Kraft by 1975. Kraft sold its ice cream brands to Unilever in 1993, while retaining the rights to the name for yogurt products.
In the Western U.S. and Texas, Breyers ice cream is sometimes confused with Dreyer's ice cream. While Henry Breyer founded Breyers in 1908 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, William Dreyer and Joseph Edy co-founded their ice cream company, Edy's Grand Ice Cream, in 1928 in Oakland, California. However, the roots of this confusion date to 1953, when "Edy's Grand Ice Cream" changed its name to "Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream". Seeking to eliminate confusion between the two, Dreyer's changed the brand name of its products sold in the home market of Breyers from "Dreyer's Grand" to "Edy's Grand" in 1981.
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Original Breyers Ice Cream Sign Info
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