ZABERERS RESTAURANT, Atlantic City, NJ: Bar Glass- Tips

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 18, 2009
  • Channel: Auction House

RARE BAR GLASS COLLECTIBLE FROM THE FAMOUS ZABERERS

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“ZABERER’S

BLACK HORSE PIKE & DELILAH ROAD

ONE MILE EAST OF ATLANTIC CITY RACE COURSE

TO THE POLLS YE SONS OF FREEDOM TO ARMS!”

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Bar glass from the famous Zaberers Restaurant (steak house) which was located just outside of Atlantic City , NJ from 1961 until the early 1980’s. It was owned by Charlie Zaberer and his wife Rita. Brother Ed Zaberer owned his own restaurant in Wildwood, NJ.

This unique, thick, heavy glass has no chips or cracks. Its’ black logo on the front is in nice condition, as well as the race horse picture on the back side. Race horse because the restaurant was located one mile east of the race course (track). Glass measures 8” tall and 5” wide and weighs over 3 pounds. I’m told it was used at the bar to serve patrons crackers, as well as for customers to leave their tips.

Please review the photos included with the listing to be sure you are comfortable with the condition and quality before buying. Photos are considered part of the description.

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