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Status: SOLD!
Date: 3/26/2012
Venue: eBay
Price: ??,???
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Vtg 1970s Hunt's Carved Wooden Vermont Bar Nightclub Club Sign Phish Jorma ++NR!

This listing is for a one-of-a-kind item from Vermont's musical heritage: the carved wooden sign from Hunt's, one of the premier music venues in the state from 1968 till it closed in 1987. Some of the many bands that played there include Phish, The Unknown Blues Band, Chubby Checker, John Hiatt, Burning Spear, Jorma, and more. The sign use to hang above the bar at Hunt's and may have been made by Chico Lager but we can't guarantee that. The sign is in very good condition with some scuffs and wear including what looks like some moisture damage on the back. It is a heavy, thick piece of wood that weighs over 30 pounds. This listing has no reserve price and this is probably the only Hunt's sign in existence so don't miss your chance to win!

Note: Phish Played at Hunt's a total of 16 times during 1985, 1986, and 1987.

The winning bidder can pick up this item at our store in Winooski, Vermont to save on shipping charges. All local pickups are subject to 6% Vermont state sales tax.

This item ships to U.S. addresses only. We apologize to international bidders.

Approximate measurements: 48" x 24"

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