#9681 - Polar Ice Billboard
Founded in 1892 by Henry Louis Dithmer from Brooklyn, New York, by 1929 Polar Ice Company had a daily output of 325 tons of ice. Polar Ice did not convert to gas-powered delivery trucks until around 1914 or 1915 and at one time owned as many as 110 horses and mules. Two particular mules, Kate and Queen, became local celebrities. The two mules, used in advertisements for Polar Ice, pulled an old-fashioned carriage at the head of the parade that opened the baseball season every year.
Size 3.8” Wide x 2.5” Tall
The lights flash and fade on off and on like real Neon Billboards.
Complete with DTN base, no assembly required.
A/C adaptable, by using Lemax Power Adaptor 74706.
Battery operated, animated neon billboard
signs have these great benefits;
ready-to-run, paper-thin, produce no heat, and have
realism second-to-none. All signs require
3 AA batteries. Signs draw 95 ma.