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    Posted 11 years ago

    Artstudiomgr
    (91 items)

    Here is a Barrett Roll Roofings and Asphalt Shingles Sign.
    I purchased here in New york City at The Pier 'Americana" show back
    in 2008.Made by W.F. Robertson steel and Iron Company ,Springfield Ohio.I really like the type and composition of elements with the shingle pattern. A simple but strong piece.Rusty with character the way I like 'em.

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    1. seeker1157, 11 years ago
      Beatiful color on this!
    2. Signaholic Signaholic, 10 years ago
      Beautiful sign! Now I know why W. F. Robertson made some of the early Orange Crush signage, the 20s are mainly what I'm refering to. The colors are very much alike.

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