‘Supercortemaggiore - la potente benzina italiana’ metal sheet sign
- GADGET badge from the 1990s worn by the employees of the petrol station
1990s - New old stock.
Metal sheet - in good condition
Dimensions: 70x50x2 cm
‘Supercortemaggiore’ was a refined gasoline, marketed by Agip in the 1950s and 1960s.
The product name comes from the city of Cortemaggiore, in the Piacenza district, where, in 1949, the presence of an oilfield was discovered.
The Supercortemaggiore had thus a distinguishing feature, being the only gasoline produced from the refining of Italian oil. To advertise the Supercortemaggiore gasoline, the famous image of the six-legged dog was created; it soon became the logo of ENI and all related companies.
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- Type of Object
- Sign + Gadget
- Model/ Title
- Supercortemaggiore la potente benzina italiana
- 70×50×2 cm
- Year (youngest object)