A piece of British Neon Sign History from the sign company Claudgen. In a red and clear perspex, this rather cool desk ink blotter would have been gifted to customers back in the 1960s. This example is in fantastic condition and would be a great addition to any vintage sign collectors collection.
Claude-General Neon Lights was launched by the General Electric Company in 1930, in partnership with the French inventor Georges Claude and were described as the leading company in the electrical sign world. They produced many neon signs for customers all over the world and safety run way lighting for airports.
In 1960 the name changed to Claudgen Limited and closed their doors in 1992.
DIMENSIONS: (L) 15cm (W) 9cm (D) 4cm
SOURCE: The Claudgen Neon Sign Company
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