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European Deal Toy Highlights: Karlie Kloss, “Supercars” & More!

May 19, 2016 by David Parry

Our last collection of European deal toys represented deals ranging from British beers to Danish...

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Ascential IPO Tombstone

Lucite tombstone marking the IPO of media firm Ascential. Formerly known as Top Right, Ascential is the owner of the Cannes Lions advertising festival, as well as the fashion site WGSN, and 17 publications including Drapers and Retail Week.

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Commercial Condominium Deal Tombstone

Deal tombstone marking the sale of an interest in office-and-retail portion of the Metropolitan Tower. The commercial condominium is located on West 57th Street in Manhattan.

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Coffee Cup-Themed Deal Tombstone

Crystal deal tombstone commemorating the acquisition of Italian coffee bean producer and retailer Daroma. The company is based in Rome.

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Financial tombstone marking the acquisition of Daroma, a Rome-based coffee company that offers such Italian brands as Nori and Palombini Espresso.

Custom Groundbreaking Memento

Custom Lucite commemorating groundbreaking for Market Street Place in San Francisco. The $150 million redevelopment project will be a multi-level retail complex.

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Ecommerce Security Deal Toy

Lucite tombstone commemorating the acquisition of Brockwood, England-based Retail Decisions (ReD). The firm was acquired by ACI, a global provider of fraud prevention software.

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AGC G4 Laser-Cut Tombstone Embedment

Tombstone embedment marking the acquisition of G4 Analytics, a Redmond, Washington-based provider intelligence software for the consumer goods and retail industries. The acquirer, global information and measurement firm Nielsen, is based in New York City. G4 was advised by AGC Partners, also based in New York.

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Interstate Bakeries Corp. Custom Lucite

Custom Lucite commemorating the restructuring of Interstate Bakeries Corp., based in Kansas City.

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Gildan Resin and Lucite Dealtoy

Resin and Lucite dealtoy recognizing the acquisition by Montreal-based Gildan Activewear of Goldtoe Moretz, a supplier of athletic, casual, and dress socks. Gildan was advised by Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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