F287 19th century Pennslyvania Painted pine trade sign, , M. S. Schultz, very colorful with white back ground with red letteres and yellow high lites, with nice walnut applied molding Image Properties
(N49) 19th century sign adverting painting and wall papering and Decorating painted on board, great colors of yellow, black, red circa 1890's
E77 Early 20th century trade sign " Jim Peshette's forge custome iron work and wheels",advertise early iron wheels for Model T's and wagon's , painted on board with applied molding one sided , black letter on a off white back ground. Found in Pa purcased from a private sign collection
F151 Early 20th century beautiful wooden Double Sided Seafood Co. Hanging Wood Advertising Sign. Large oval double sided sign centered with a relief carved fish and reads "Lakewood Seafood Co., We Ship Anywhere, Fresh Local Varieties, Lakewood, California". Very nice overall condition
F69 Early 20th century wooden trade sign, advisting Bradford Gardens, rock, plants and perennials.
E236 AMERICAN PAINTED AND STENCILED "FINE" BOX, nailed construction with hinged lid, stenciled "FINE". Retains an old Salmon and black-painted surface.
E215 "J.A. MULLEN AND SONS. / CURED AND FRESH PORK. EGGS." against a black ground, original surface with hanging hooks.
F192 19th century American painted wooden advertising bin with hinged lid , stenciled Use Capital Coffee on front and The Ohio Coffee & Spice Co. / Columbus, Ohio top. Red and Black painted "Capital Coffee" Bin - Stenciled on top: "The Ohio Coffee & Spice Co. Columbus O." and "Use Capital Coffee" on front and sides.
RM1031 Rare, early 20th Century Rehoboth Beach Delaware Boardwalk Bulletin Board / Trade Sign from the Village Improvement Association (often referred to as VIA).
F51 19th century General Merchandise wooden trade sign advertising Paint Hardware and Wall Paper. H. Newton Mearig, proprietor from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Single board with yellow background with green and red letters and a green border.
D95 Early 20th century adversting tin for HITCHNER Quality Oyster Crackers, This blue colored metal can is 27” tall and 15” across with 2 wire bail handles and a pry off lid
D98Mid 20th century Wooden hand painted Quaker Lady advertisement for Quaker Farm Stores, she is painted on board holding a rake ( might be replaced) standing on a wooden base with raised letters painted red.
SP8 Wooden Trade Sign adversting Drake & Co. Nautical Instruments, this sign is has applied molding, great colors of red background with gold lettern, with black trim
T242 This country store dispensing coffee box was a display item used to sell Coffee - . What is unusual about this particular coffee box is that it has a sceen painted on the front. The top of the box is slanted and hinged to allow access to the interior of the box.
Z58 Wonderful 19th century Two Sided Sign, White Lettering on Blue, "B.F. CARMICHAEL DENTIST"
B212 Early 20th century road sign for Crapo is an community in Dorchester County, Maryland, United States. The sign is painted on wood with the original green and yellow paint .It has frequently been noted on lists of unusual place names
C122 Early 20th century country store wooden trade sign "Hunting Fishing License" black letting on white board.This is a two-sided sign, all original paint.
F93 Early 20th century road side wooden sign for Burma-Shave bautiful mustard back ground with black letters painted on one board two sided
D120 Mid 19th century wooden trade sign for "HENRY" this sign is one board with the original black and gold gilt paint. It has applied molding in wonderful condition, From the collection Henry Fleckenstein,
U202 Wooden Sign two sided for National Stores Company circa 1900
C337 19th century Texas Painted Goldthwaite trade sign, two sided ca. 1880 -1890 painted on one board, with painted black letters on a yellow back ground , double sided, surmounted by a painted black, pinstripe and wrought iron hanging mechanism.
C227 The Philadelphia Bulletin was a daily evening newspaper published from 1847 to 1982 in Philadelphia,
Z492 This is a large and colorful tin dispensing bin which would have been used in a country store setting to dispense Brand Harper Roasted Coffee Chicago, IL. Fair condition.
Y195 This is a large and colorful tin dispensing bin from
C350 Tolchester Beach Kent Co. Maryland, advertising sign painted on board, white back ground with black letters high lighted with green, 1877 at Tolchester, an amusement park opened on ten acres of land. Though a somewhat primitive park—it included picnic grounds with tablesl
C520 Late 19th century Trade Sign from upstate New York, Frank Fountain Carriages and Hardware , painted on board, with applied molding, great colors of yellow back ground with black, red and green, lettering
SOLD C610 Early 20th century Druggist Soda Fountain Pharmacist Wooden Trade Sign, paint on single board, white background with black letting
B104 Trade Sign circa 1930's for sportsman supplies with painted black lettering having red and yellow shadows and a central star motif
A388 Late 19th century Vermont Maple Candy Sign painted on one board with applied molding
A15 Early 20th century Trade Sign two sided with iron bracket, Aimee Beauty Salon, black background with red and mustard
A265 chromolithographed Indianapolis Glove Company, , The Workman is Entitled to the Best, rectangular wood thermometer
A458 Tin Sign with wonderful colors It Has wonderful SHAKING HANDS and 2 branches, with a sun.
D163 Early 20th century bottle rack with great bittersweet red paint with black letting. This rack was used in a store to sell ginger ale for Dang Szwoyer Hanover Pa
Z329 Early 20th century wooden two sided trade sign "For Sale Geo. N. Martin &Son" Conway North Carolina painted on a single board, red and black letters on a white back ground
L789 Early 20th century wooden Trade Sign, adversting several business, black background with gold and white letting, painted on board
Y307 Late 19th century Embossed tin Cobbler’s Trade Sign, two sided, one side showing some paint lost. This company was started in 1850 and was together till 1920
Y262 Late 19th century Trade Sign W. H. Stebbing Builders , from Pennsylvania, the sign is painted on one wide board, with applied molding, original white and black paint, sign by Artist
Sign for M. Hutchins Chiropodist
O410 The J.M. Bour Co's Celebrated Blended Coffee Tin
U10 Pennslyvania G. Shurtliff wooden Sign Arrow, double sided