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Top Value Stamps Lighted Sign
Why purchase this Lighted Top Value Stamps Sign?
Top Value Stamps was a line of trading stamps that were found in gas stations, department stores, and supermarkets across the United States. Customers would receive stamps when they were paying, and the stamps were redeemable for products in a catalogue. Tom Ficara acquired the company in 1990, and it survives today as a division of TVS Television Network. Top Value is one of just two legacy stamp collections that survives today, but it used to have several competitors.
- This lighted sign is one that Top Value would have given to the stores and gas stations that provided their stamps. Signs like this one tended to be used quite heavily, and as a result they were often damaged. This one, though, remains in excellent condition. This piece dates back to the 1950's and 1960's, a turbulent period in American history. The sign is made from metal and plastic and weighs about 20 pounds. It measures 28", making it easy to fit in any collection or as a standalone piece. This lighted sign comes with a certificate of authenticity, which is especially important given the condition of the sign.
Add this Lighted Top Value Stamps Sign to your collection today.