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Up for offer is an old wooden sign with the Burma Shave logo painted on one side and "A SUBSTITUTE FOR" on the other side. I am not an expert on Burma Shave or antique advertising, nor do I know how to prove if this is an original, but I am happy to answer any questions or supply additional photos if it will help you decide. The sign is old and and looks it. The paint is worn in some places and soiled in others. There are two holes bored through the sign in the center. It measures 36" x 9-1/2" and is 3/4" thick. Thanks for looking!
On Jul-05-11 at 19:19:46 PDT, seller added the following information:
According to a fellow member, the complete jingle is from 1932 and goes as follows:
GIVE THE GUY - THE TOE OF YOUR BOOT - WHO TRIES TO HAND YOU - A SUBSTITUTE FOR - Burma-Shave