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1916 Liberty Illinois Cardboard Farm Sign

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Farm Signs38 of 45Late 1940's to Early 1950's Super Crost Edw. J. Funk & Sons Dealer Two Sided Masonite Sign  my old john deere sign.
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Posted 3 years ago

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atakaki
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This sign was picked with a collection of 24 other similar signs. It is dated 8-14-1916. The condition is fair. Please comment any feedback, it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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  1. bubba, 3 years ago
    id be willing to pay upwards of 100 dollars for your collection
  2. oilman514 oilman514, 3 years ago
    We are NOT allowed to buy or sell on this sight.

    id be willing to pay upwards of 100 dollars for your collection- You would also be willing to rip him off
  3. atakaki atakaki, 3 years ago
    True, no discussions on buying and selling.
  4. electobacco electobacco, 3 years ago
    Oilman514 is right and I agree they are probably extremely valuable atakaki. You have a truly amazing find here. You may want to take very good care of them. Potentially have these items looked at by an auction house or someone that specializes in this sort of thing to find out specifics related to history and their true value. Even in this condition I have a feeling not many, if any, of these types of items have withstood the test of time making them rare/scarce. It would be great to see some of the others you have found posted here when you have a chance. If not no biggie. Keep up the amazing picking and have a blessed day atakaki : )
  5. Steve, 3 years ago
    This one and the others you have posted are trolley posters. They would be hung in the trolleys.
  6. atakaki atakaki, 3 years ago
    Thanks Steve, that information has helped me alot. I'm trying to gain as much knowledge on what I have as possible. And thank you for the advice electobacco, I will definitely be posting the rest. This feedback is great.
  7. Steve, 3 years ago
    I would suggest eBay as a venue to sell these. I would suggest this because it will probably be hard to find a trolley poster specialist. I have had some before and sold them on eBay for between $2-$20 in the condition of this one (high end being a Wrigley Chewing Gum).
  8. sodadad sodadad, 3 years ago
    Condition..condition..condition. That TC sign in mint condition would fetch around 250.00-300.00. In that condition...20.00- 30.00.

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