>Offered here for your consideration is an old and original 1929 Thomas A. Edison Light-O-Matic radio window/store display sign! Please see all nine photos, as they are an important part of my description. From an estate here in Oregon, the front panel of this very rare tri-fold cardboard display measures approximately 24" x 18".
Please note that this extremely rare store display originates to around 1929 or thereabouts, based on my research. One of the back panels includes the original and large Edison instruction label for assembling the display, which appears to be missing an additional panel as well as the electrical socket and light.
The cardboard is die-cut style, featuring a woman of the art deco era grasping an Edison light bulb with her die-cut hand. Colors utilized on the sign include black, gold, brown and flesh tones. My photos includes the display fully assembled via cardboard slots that inter-lock; I have also shown close-ups of the "Directions for Setting Up" the display.
Edison scripted logo is present at the very top of the directions. Towards bottom of directions, it states to the retail store dealer: "This display was made up at large expense to bring you larger sales". A truly RARE piece of Edison Radio advertising that could be the centerpiece of any vintage Edison Radio collection! There are cardboard bumps and bruises, but nothing really major to mention!
There is also very light soiling present, but really doesn't detract much from the overall look of this classic vintage advertising sign that simply Displays Super!! The item "Original 1929 THOMAS EDISON RADIO Light-O-Matic TRI-FOLD WINDOW-STORE DISPLAY" is in sale since Tuesday, March 21, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Advertising\Merchandise & Memorabilia\Store Displays".The seller is "rain*delay1" and is located in Eugene, Oregon. This item can be shipped worldwide.