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Posted 1 year ago

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KHeath89
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PLEASE HELP ME!!!! I cant find any useful information on this sign. The only information I could find was the same sign on a auction website from 2004 and it was valued at 200.00 to 300.00 but there was no additional information on it. My sign is in a lot better shape and would love to know the history on it. If have any information on this sign please contact me at Kristina.a.s.heath89@gmail.com Thank you

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  1. freiheit freiheit, 1 year ago
    I am not an expert but I think it is a sign for a beer brand, maybe used as an ad in a bar? I guess it was intended for the American/English speaking market since the name of the city is Muenchen (in Bavaria, Germany) is written in English. Hope this points you in the right direction :)
  2. retroraabe retroraabe, 1 year ago
    I have one just like it but with a chain to hang it. I've had two but sold one. It is thick porcelain on curved metal...maybe iron. It appears to be from the 30s or 40s due to its construction but I've not seen it listed in any reference book. I bought mine about 10 years back on Ebay for ~$65 each at the time. Condition is same as yours. My bet is that it could fetch $200 now. Hope this helps some.
    Hey! the one I sold had the same white dot on back. Are you in SD?

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