c. 1930's Massive Carnival Midway 'VENICE' Lighted Letters Sign

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Vintage carnival midway "VENICE" lighted sheet-metal letters with original red and white paint surface. Letters have been rewired and mounted on steel beams.
Details
Place of Origin
United States
Date of Manufacture
c. 1930's
Period
1930-1939
Materials and Techniques
custom steel beam mount
original paint surface
Vintage lighted sheet-metal letters
Condition
Good stable condition. Some paint loss to letters. Please see photos.
Dimensions
30.5 in. H x 96 in. W x 8 in. D
77 cm H x 244 cm W x 20 cm D
Dealer Location
Santa Monica, CA
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
U1109198734535
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Located in Santa Monica, CA

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