Vintage Lighted and Flashing 8 Ball Pool Hall and Juke Joint Sign Two Sides

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Vintage flashing "8 Ball" pool hall and juke joint sign with working electrics. Found in the Southern United States. Hand-painted and riveted sheet metal construction. Please note that the images showing this sign lighted were on a long exposure. The lights radiate from the centre out when light is electrified.

We have not rewired any of the sockets and do not make any representation on the condition of the wiring. Bulbs are easy to source and replace via Amazon. Heavy duty electrical chord is attached. Large hook on top for hanging sign.
Details
In the Style Of
Folk Art
Place of Origin
North America
Date of Manufacture
1950-1960
Period
Mid-20th Century
Materials and Techniques
Painted   Sheet Metal
Condition
Good. Good condition. Some bending or iron at edges. Very sturdy. Please see images. .
Wear
Wear consistent with age and use. Minor fading.
Dimensions
62.25 in. H x 42.25 in. W x 10.75 in. D
158 cm H x 107 cm W x 27 cm D
Dealer Location
Santa Monica, CA
Number of Items
1
Reference Number
LU87346300613
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1stdibs seller since 2009
Located in Santa Monica, CA

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