Large Rexall Advertising Sign Art Deco for Stag Hair TonicLarge Rexall Advertising Sign Art Deco for Stag Hair TonicLarge Rexall Advertising Sign Art Deco for Stag Hair TonicLarge Rexall Advertising Sign Art Deco for Stag Hair TonicLarge Rexall Advertising Sign Art Deco for Stag Hair TonicLarge Rexall Advertising Sign Art Deco for Stag Hair TonicLarge Rexall Advertising Sign Art Deco for Stag Hair TonicLarge Rexall Advertising Sign Art Deco for Stag Hair Tonic

Mint unused, circa 1932 Art Deco, Rexall advertising sign for Stag Hair and Scalp Tonic. Please read the full description below. This large sign is 28" by 14". NO damage, NO tears, NO creases. Colors are bright and clear. Stag Hair Tonic was made by Langlois of New York and was first introduced June 3 1932. An 8 ounce container sold for 79 cents, considered expensive at that time. The Stag line of products for men, made by Langlois Boston – Los Angeles were exclusively retailed at Rexall drugstores. This product for men emphasized its use by Hollywood movie stars. Also available for sale are two different size Stag tins. One unopened After-Shave Powder 3 3/4 ounces and Powder for Men 2 1/4 ounce tin, circa 1938 tins were sold exclusively in Rexall stores. Listed item # 5889. See photos. To purchase with credit cards please use PAYPAL. It is safe, secure, and simple to use. The good news is you do not need a Paypal account. Your credit card will work even if you are not a registered user. We also accept US Postal Money Orders.

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Large Rexall Advertising Sign Art Deco for Stag Hair Tonic

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