The first neon sign ever


WORLD'S FIRST NEON SIGN
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What was the world's first neon sign?

In 1910 Frenchman Georges Claude patented the neon light and as a result we've had the pleasure to see those glowing advertisements since.

The world's first neon sign went up in 1912 in a Paris barbershop.

The first neon sign in America was lit in 1923 at a Los Angeles Packard dealership owned by Earle C. Anthony.

What would Vegas be without the invention of the neon sign? The first neon sign in Las Vegas called the Oasis Cafe home and went up in 1929.


First Neon Sign In The U.S.


The first neon sign ever

The first neon sign ever

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