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For sale is a rare 1950s BUSS FUSE POINT OF SALE DISPLAY with a dozen different fuse boxes with glass cylinder fuses. This early tin litho counter top store display rack for Buss brand fuses features beautiful color graphics with storage sections for holding fuse boxes. This all metal lithograph display case has great graphics on three sides. The interior of the storage case has been restored. The other surfaces are original. The back side graphic is in excellent condition with the company’s logo “Why be helpless when fuses blow? A few cents spent NOW for a box of fuses will save you possible delay danger or arrest.” The display measures about 7 inches tall, 6 1/2 inches wide, and 3 1/2 inches deep. The driver’s stylish suit and the contour of his auto dates this display to the 1950s. A top notch advertising display for the auto enthusiast.

In 1914, the Bussmann brothers, Joe, Al, Frank, Lee & Harry founded Bussmann Manufacturing to produce and sell non-renewable cartridge fuses. Bussmann has grown from providing fuses for horseless carriages and World War II aircraft, to offering more than 30,000 products.

Weight 4 lbs
Dimensions 11 × 11 × 11 in