Daniel Auction Co. revs up for fall sale

Daniel Auction Co., Inc. in Sylvester, Ga., is revving its engines for another advertising and country store memorabilia auction on Oct. 24-25, 2008. As usual, Daniel Auction has many rare items in exemplary condition. They are offering a vast array of items; this auction presents many items from one collection. Though strong in the automotive and petroleum field there will be plenty of Coca-Cola, soda pop and country store memorabilia to satisfy every collector’s appetite.

The Daniels will be selling several rare automobile dealership neon signs in “never hung” condition to include Pontiac Service in original shipping crate, Chevrolet Super Service, Chevrolet OK Used Cars, A-1 Used Cars (Ford), United Motor Service, 1938 Pontiac and others. A collection of porcelain pump plates to be sold includes Sav’n Sam’s, Douglas Aviation, Time Gasoline, Signal and many others. Not only will there be neon signs, but they will be selling investment grade tin and porcelain signs, clocks and other important items to add to even the highest quality collection. More than 250 automotive related signs and memorabilia will be sold.

Soda and country Store collectors will find 1940s Coke machines in great vending condition, etched milk glass hanging Coke light fixtures, Coke neon clocks, NOS tin signs, porcelain signs, calendars and many other rare Coca-Cola items. Opening a barber shop? Daniel has a back bar, barber bottles, barber chairs for the adults and children alike, and a porcelain sidewalk barber pole to entice new customers.

To continue the Daniel tradition of variety, the auction will include hard-to-find country store items such as soda fountain syrup dispensers, showcases, seed counters, a rare Swans Down Flour store display and many, many other great pieces.

Daniel Auction Co.
strives to have “something for everyone.” Call, write, fax or email for a free catalog. Phone 229-776-3998 or fax 229-776-7972. Email pattey@danielauctioncompany.com, or write PO Box 594, Sylvester, GA 31791.

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