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Posted 3 years ago

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minitarget
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I got this tin sign from my father who had this in his motorbike-shop. It is approx 40 cm high and in an ok shape. Does it have any value? For me it has, since i have nice memories from looking on it every time i got into my fathers store when i was a little boy :) I have no clue how old this is either. Anyone knows?

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  1. RonM RonM, 3 years ago
    They don't look like motorbike tires.
  2. stonesfan1 stonesfan1, 3 years ago
    they look like cheater slicks from the 60`s
  3. lundy lundy, 3 years ago
    i dont know id like to see both of them
  4. minitarget, 3 years ago
    Thats not motorbike tires for sure , but i dont think my father cared about that :) :) :)
    it was still nice on the wall :)
  5. minitarget, 3 years ago
    Found this on web. Can i assume my sign is worth approx the same, or is mine newer? The one they sell on this link seems older style... http://www.trishhunterfinds.com.au/vintage-store/vintage-retro-artwork-online/vintage-tin-sign-for-continental-tyres/
  6. minitarget, 3 years ago
    Is there anyone who can tell me what they think about how old this is , and also maybe value? Would be fun to know :)
  7. mrmajestic1 mrmajestic1, 3 years ago
    Looking at the way she is dressed I would say this is from the early to mid fifties. Tires were usually depicted much wider than the actual dimension, much like the model I'm sure.
  8. mikielikesigns2 mikielikesigns2, 2 years ago
    count the "luvs", count the "likes", which column do you think the guys voted in?

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