RCA’s little Nipper became an advertising icon three
years after his death in 1895. The original image was
offered to the Edison record company who declined
saying “Dogs don’t listen to phonographs.” In the end
it was acquired by RCA to become one of the world's
most recognized icons. Available in two sizes. A second set of contacts on the back side so the lower part can be trimmed off and the remaining circle logo can be flush mounted on a building. THIS IS A LIMITED EDITION SIGN! Sign measures approximately 2.2” tall x 1.8” wide.