Montana State University RARE VTG Metal License plate topper 1930s/40s car
Montana State University **RARE** VTG Metal License plate topper 1930s/40s car Montana State University
Vintage License Plate Topper
License Plate Toppers are small metal signs that can be screwed over the top of your license plate. These were very popular in the 1930's and 40's and are EXTREMELY hard to find nowadays mainly because of how few of each were minted.
What makes them even more RARE is the condition, as most suffered severe degradation due to weather and typical wear and tear. These are highly collectible now and sought by most advanced vintage car enthusiasts!
This topper is in stunning condition as seen in photo. You simply cannot find another like this anywhere online!
Be sure to check out our other vintage toppers for sale!
12 x 2.5 inches
condition: Vintage - See Photo
All items are originals in near mint or better condition unless otherwise indicated
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Posters are carefully rolled and shipped in thick tubes of an appropriate size.
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- Since 1971 -
Specializing in 60"s Rock Posters and Related Memorabilia
Can"t find it?...We have over 6,000 rare and unusual items listed for sale on our website.
Dennis King is the co-author and art director of Art of Modern Rock: The Poster Explosion. He is also the author of Art of Modern Rock Mini #1: A-Z and Art of Modern Rock Mini #2: Poster Girls.
He is an internationally recognized authority on vintage and contemporary rock posters, screenprints, early sports collectibles, and Japanese pop culture memorabilia. He maintains one of the largest private rock poster collections in the world and is regularly called upon by publications, libraries and collectors worldwide for examination and appraisal services.
He is also a highly respected authority on early sports cards and has been featured in numerous publications both in the United States and in Japan. In 1977 he opened King"s Baseball Cards, the first full time sports memorabilia store in California.
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Sale Price: US $49.99