Hard to find, as far fewer of these were made than Coke and Pepsi. Frank's Beverages were bottled in Philadelphia. This tray is bright red, and larger than most advertising trays. I believe it was meant to be grocery store display, as opposed to a serving tray, as it measures 17&1/4 inches tall by 12&3/4 wide. This one has a nail hole, where it would have been hung on a wall. The colors are bright and shiny, but there is wear, especially along the edge. I've included several photos to show this wear, and the nail hole. Circa 1940-50.
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