Fun and kitschy with a punch of color. Vintage Canada Dry soda display rack with tin signs. I’ve used it as a baker’s rack in my kitchen and as a book shelf in my living room. It’s a great conversation piece. Originally from a drug store on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. We believe it’s from the 60s.
Four removable heavy gauge metal sheves. Eight red and white tin signs with minimal wear and very, very light rust in a few places. (Seriously, the wear adds character to the piece.)Extremely sturdy and built to last. The entire rack disassembles, even the sides, so it’s very easy to transport. $110 OBO.