Sold In 1910 George Claude demonstrated his two 12 m (39 ft.) red neon tubes at the Budweiser On Tap Neon Sign Paris Motor Show, I guess you can say it was the birth place of neon advertising.

The United States was first introduced to neon in 1923. The first American neon advertising signs were owned by a Packard dealership in Los Angeles, it said “Packard for $1,250.00 apiece”, history in the making.

Neon advertising was gaining in popularity, for one reason, it was very visible even in the day light it was dubbed “liquid fire”. Perhaps the hey day of Neon Advertising (19220-1960) is gone but it is not forgotten as the industry has over 100 colours they use they still make impressive signs for today’s retailers and neon lovers.

It is hard to resist the lure of a neon sign and especially if it is advertising your favourite brew Budweiser, this Budweiser Bow Tie On Tap sign is in very good condition with a small amount of surface rust on the bottom of the box, besides that it looks great and demands attention this would add just the right ambiance to any Man Cave.

Asking $250.00

If interested in this Budweiser On Tap Neon Sign please Contact Us and we will arrange payment and delivery of your item.

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