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Speed Queen Store Sign possibly from the '50s or '60s

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This sign is still new and in it's original cardboard packing. It is approximately 3.5' x 7' and was made by the Stout Sign Company, St. Louis MO. The letters are raised and the names on the bottom refer to an old hardware store that existed in the building I just bought at 101 E. Washington Ave. in Navasota, TX from 1956 until around the mid '70s. They are now called Turner, Pierce & Fultz.

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