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    Early 1950's Harlem Globetrotters Coca Cola Broadside - With Tatum and Haynes. Highly desirable broadside remembers the glory days of this barnstorming basketball troupe when it was led by the likes of Marques Haynes and Goose Tatum. Each of these basketball legends appear on the fantastically rare Coca-Cola sign, one of a tiny handful of advertising pieces featuring African-American pitch men and produced for display in predominantly black neighborhoods.

    The sign measures 20x36" in size on heavy card stock and moderate cracking on the bottom edge and moderate wear throughout, yet still displays very nicely. And just try finding another! One of the highest grade we've seen, it will surely stand out in any collectors room ... or museum for that matter.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2016
    17th-19th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 13
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