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Postby nichols » Mon Nov 22, 2010 7:31 pm

JAVA LANES plastic sign on eBay

http://cgi.ebay.com/RETRO-VINTAGE-MID-C ... _546wt_811

RETRO VINTAGE MID CENTURY GOOGIE 1950S JAVA LANES SIGN
Item condition: Used
Price: US $900.00

UP FOR SALE IS LARGE YELLOW AND RED VINTAGE SIGN FROM THE HISTORIC JAVA LANES BOWLING ALLEY IT WAS ONE OF THE OLDEST BOWLING ALLEYS IN LONG BEACH CALIFORNIA BUILT IN 1958 BY THE FIRM DEROSA , DALY ,& POWERS AND SADLY CLOSED AND DEMOLISHED IN 2004. IT WAS THE LAST AUTHENTIC POLYNESIAN STYLE BOWLING ALLEYS IN SO CAL. JAVA LANES SWIRLING NEON BOWL SIGN IS STUNNING EXAMPLE OF GOOGIE.

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