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N Scale - Miller Engineering - 44-0502 - Structure, Billboard - Painted/Lettered - Ballantine Beer

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N Scale - Miller Engineering - 44-0502 - Structure, Billboard - Painted/Lettered - Ballantine Beer
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Stock Number44-0502
Original Retail Price$32.95
BrandMiller Engineering
ManufacturerMiller Engineering
Body StyleMiller Engineering Billboard
PrototypeStructure, Billboard
Road or Company NamePainted/Lettered (Details)
Reporting MarksAnimated Billboard
Road or Reporting NumberBallantine Beer
Ready-to-RunNo
Item CategoryStructures
Model TypeBillboards
Model SubtypeVarious
Model VarietyVarious



Specific Item Information: Ballantine Beer was founded in 1840 in Newark, New Jersey, by Peter Ballantine (1791–1883), who emigrated from Scotland. His three sons joined the business and in 1857 the company was renamed P. Ballantine and Sons. Since 2005, the Ballantine Ale brand has been owned and marketed by the Pabst Brewing Company, which in turn outsources the brewing to the Miller Brewing Company. Size 2.1” tall x 1.7” wide, Suitable for HO/N scales
Model Information: Add visual interest and excitement to any layout with unique, incredibly realistic animated billboards. These paper-thin light-up signs produce no heat and incorporate many new design features, including improved connectors, no painting required, longer life, and stiffer laminations. All billboards include a 3-cell AAA battery pack (batteries are not included). Current draw: 95 ma.
Road Name History:
Some items are designed to have their owner add whatever company marking they choose, usually in the form of decals or dry-transfers. These items are painted in a generic prototypical fashion but with all company affiliation deliberately left off.
These items can be lettered or numbered, but without any company name on it.
Item created by: CNW400 on 2019-09-01 22:19:06. Last edited by CNW400 on 2020-05-17 10:32:35

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