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You have hit "The Spot" in this early 20th century trade sign for the Updegraff & Dryer Department Store from New England. Yellow painted metal on a wood frame featuring a red circle for The Spot. All your goods needs in one place. 36"H x 12"L.
This intricately designed trade sign is from a Farrier's shop. The amazing detail in the cast iron showing the muscles, eyes and horses mane is just exquisite. The sign has been mounted for your convenience on a solid modern metal stand. 20.5"L x 24.5H
Oval paint decorated Bentwood Bridals Box, early 19th Century, decorated with tulip and leaf patter on the exterior and with the amazing addition of an interior portrait of a man with flowers.. The interior painting is really with sets this apart from other bridal boxes. . 18 1/2"L x 11 3/4"W x 7 3/4 H
The most amazing apothecary that you will likely every see. Mid-to Early 19th Century. Every draw has a solid wood lid, with carved finger groves. Many lids have hand written labels describing the contents of the draw. This was so well used in practice that a couple of draws still have paper containers for contents and some still smell like the medicinal wears they contained. An outstanding piece for your collection. 27"L x 12"W x 33/3/4H
amazing painting of a child in England by JB Butler circa 1857. All original including frame. Approximately 19.5 x 16.5
A chucky and substantial wall box in red paint and with an interior divided into 2 compartments. Dovetails joints and in pine wood. 11"L x 81/4"W x 13"H Read less Categories: box, painted
1899 advertising sign for Ervin L. Dow's Department Store in Hampton, New Hampshire. The sign advertises the specialties of the store, Dry Goods, Small Wares, Ladies and Gents (clothing) and Furnishings. All in original, untouched, smaltz paint with gold letters on a black background. The Dow department store closed in 1900. A picture of the sign in use is added to this listing. The sign is 15 feet long, 17.75"H, and 2"W.
This is an amazing survivor piece of a shippng crate from A.G. Walton and Co. children's shoe makers from Chelsea, Massachusetts. Original paint and decoration with the "Walton" name in read and their advertising slogan "It will wear" in black paint. Features two hand drawn boots, in black paint. Circa 1920s. 36"L x 8.5"H
Mid-to-early 20th Century Locksmith sign made out of a single piece of wood. The word Locksmith has craquelure blue paint over white. 31"L x 15/25"H
Tailor's trade sign in metal, painted in silver and black on the front. Each side is approximately 21" long.
A vintage horse sign from a horse farm in Ellington, Connecticut. Remnants of original weathered red paint on the weathered wood background with a rusted metal horse attached. 34"L x 18"H Read less
19th century hand painted and hand carved trade sign, likely for a blacksmith. The details of the carving and painting make this appear to be a real axe. Too substantial to be a parade axe. 26"L x 12.25"H
Weathered barber sign from the late 19th Century with original red and white paint. Eye hooks attached for hanging as well as traditional wire hanging. 8"L x 24"H
Original Hotel No Vacancy sign with fine weathered look. Metal sliders are available to cover the No part of the sign to advertise your Vacancy. 34”L x 6”w
Early 1900s Hats Blocked Sign in Glass and Metal. Can be hung or stands up like a picture frame. 12”L x 5.25”W
a unique, hand-painted, gilded toleware mail or to-do list holder. Mid-19th Century. 17x 3.25
18th century dome top document box which has been known to be used by the military to store personal effects. A similar example can be seen on Page 81 of the Collector’s Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Revolution. While its former hide is long going it has been lovingly restored to its current beauty.
Early 1900s Guests signs in original weathered condition. This came out of a former polo establishment in lower Fairfield County Connecticut. 32” x 23”
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