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Rare Mounds Chocolate Coconut Sign: 1930’s Tin Litho Vintage Signage – MNDS1930

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Rare Mounds Chocolate Coconut Sign: 1930’s Tin Litho Vintage Signage

Rare Mounds Chocolate Coconut SignAt ArtFactory.com, we have one of the largest selections of genuine, vintage Americana signs available anywhere. This rare mounds chocolate coconut sign is an embossed tin litho from the 1930's. This old drug store sign is 6 3/4" tall X 19 1/2" wide. The sing has a yellow background with a blue outline and "MOUNDS" printed in large blue lettering. Above this lettering, it reads "CHOCOLATE" and "COCOANUT" in smaller red lettering, with a wrapped candy bar in between the two words. On the candy wrapper it says "PETER PAUL'S CHOCOLATE COCONUT MOUNDS 5 CENTS". This classic advertisment will add a statement to your man cave, lady lounge, or restaurant. This sign won't last long and is becoming harder to come by as days pass.

Like all of our investment quality collectibles, this sign is 100% authentic. This rare mounds chocolate coconut sign is in excellent condition for a sign that is nearly 90 years old. It is relatively free of the scratches, dings, dents, or other imperfections that you would normally expect to find in a sign of this age. The back of the sign is clean with only the most minimal amount of rust. 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.

Mounds Chocolate Candy Brand History

Originally invented by candy maker Vincent Nitido, of West Haven CT, Mounds was created in 1920 as a single piece for 5 cents. In 1929, the Peter Paul Company purchased the line and had begun production. The format changed to two pieces that still sold for 5 cents, with the price rising to 10 cents after World War II. Mounds was made in milk chocolate, as well

During World War II, Peter Paul was faced with severe shortages of sugar and coconut which had been shipped from the Philippines before war broke out. Rather than sacrifice quality, the company discontinued some of its lesser selling brands and concentrated production on the Mounds candy bar. Over the years, Peter Paul added several products to its line, including the Almond Joy candy bar and York Peppermint Patties. Cadbury and Peter Paul merged in 1978, and Hershey Foods purchased the company's U.S. operations in 1988.

Read More At: Mounds (Candy) on Wikipedia

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