Chero-Cola was a short lived soda bottling company that was established in 1916 in Hickory, Georgia. The Company started with a boom but only survived up until 1921 when the company was purchased by the Nehi Bottling Company. Nehi was later bought out by Royal Crown Cola.
This old sign is made of a light weight metal. It shows vintage wear with bends, scratches and scattered small areas of litho loss. A majority of the wear and bending is in the upper left hand corner (see photos). Regardless of the wear this sign remains in very good displayable condition. The sign's colors remain bright and the wonderful overall graphic presentation make this an exceptionally attractive old display sign. Advertising from this old soda company is much sought after by collectors.
Circa: 1916-1921, dimensions 19 1/2" x 14".
Last photo shown is a newspaper ad for Chero-Cola found in the September 7, 1919 Vicksburg (Mississippi) Herald.
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Circa: 1916-1921 Embossed 19 1/2" x 14" Chero-Cola Metal Advertising Sign