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Safety First - 7 Up Brass Crosswalk Marker Collectible

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In the 1930's, the soda companies supplied these brass crosswalk markers to be placed at bus stops, crosswalks, etc. The 7-Up marker was patented in 1933. During WWII, most of them were pulled up for the metal, which was badly needed during that time. The back is stamped, "Patented Nat Safety Eng Birmingham". Most of the markers were badly worn but this one is in incredibly great shape. Rescued from the home of renowned artist and art historian, Dorothy Katz. It measures 3 7/8" in diameter.

Shipping is from San Antonio, Texas via USPS Parcel Post with delivery confirmation. Estimated time in transit is 7-10 days.

Safety First - 7 Up Brass Crosswalk Marker Collectible


  • Vintage item
  • Material: brass
  • Only ships to United States from Texas, United States.
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