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Vol. 6, No. 8
Issue 34 in Dec. 1982
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Whose Signs

Identifying a company by its logo is easy when it's
a familiar object, like a bunny (Playboy) or a bell
(Bell Telephone).  But some companies use abstract
sympols as trademarks, hoping that they'll convey
a feeling about the company or its products.

The successful ones - like the 15 on this page -
will stick in your mind.  Or do they?  How
many of these well-known logos can you identify?

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Finger pointing down
from darrell94590 on 1/2/2006
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Drawing from Ripleys-Believe It Or No
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              THE SOLUTION
 
 
 1. Nabisco
 2. Mercedes-Benz
 3. Atari
 4. Adidas
 5. Burlington Mills
 6. Minolta
 7. Ralston Purina
 8. Cheverolet
 9. Atlantic Richfield
19. Amtrak
11. General Electric
12. Coca-Cola
13. Pitney Bowles
14. Chrysler
15. Parker Brothers.

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