We've stood before many an exhibit-card machine over the years, but few can compare with the imposing size and grandeur of this postwar beauty. Standing over 6 feet tall, 18" wide and 9" deep, the wooden monolith consists of three tiers, highlighted by the Art Deco-style second tier with a beautiful brass plate ("EXHIBIT SUPPLY COMPANY CARDS") and 1928 blue-tint Exhibits (Muddy Ruel, Ted Lyons and Jimmy Ring). Above this mid-section are 9 paper ad cards for 1947-1966 Exhibits (w/Paige, Doby and Easter), while below sits a large cabinet. The penny machine appears to be in working order and the top tier is wired to illuminate (light bulb not included). It also comes with two keys for the locking mechanisms. Lightly restored EX overall with expected minor wear.
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