Last Chance to See Nipper Display

by Press Release | Oct 9, 2005
Last Chance to See Nipper Display The area’s finest will gather for one last look at Nipper on Sunday, October 9 from 7 – 11 p.m. at Moorestown Mall. Nipper, the famed symbol of the Victor Talking Machine Company and later RCA, has been the subject of the Moorestown’s summer-long community art and fundraising project. The project placed 30 five foot high fiberglass Nipper statues—decorated by artists from the region—on the streets of Moorestown from June – September. All 30 Nipper dogs will be auctioned to the highest bidder at the October 9th Gala and Auction with proceeds going to Moorestown’s Community House, Perkins Center for the Arts, the Evergreens, the Moorestown Historical Society and the Lutheran Home at Moorestown.

Gala and Auction attendance is by prepaid reservation only. Download “Reservation Reply Cards” at as well as an Absentee Bidding Forms for those unable to attend. For more information or Gala tickets, please contact Moorestown Mall at 856-231-4444.

Nipper was chosen for his close connection to Moorestown and recording pioneer Eldridge Johnson, founder of the Victor Talking Machine Company. In 1900, Johnson bought the rights to the painting, "His Master's Voice" and used the image on his "Victor" machines and records. Nearly 20 years later, Johnson moved his family to Moorestown from Camden. His machine shop there evolved into a major manufacturing enterprise- and made Nipper a very famous dog.

This exciting event will be held Sunday, October 9, from 7 – 11pm in Strawbridge’s Court at Moorestown Mall, 400 Route 38, Moorestown, N.J.

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