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spriteboy42's loves6 of 169A very early Tin Sign1937 Boy fishing with Dog, Picked this one for the year of my dads birth
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    Posted 4 years ago

    davekelejian
    (34 items)

    Thrift shop find, paid a whopping $24, condition is ok, no cracks or splits. But there is some silver paint on it as shown in photos. I saw Cokekid-4 post the one he got, gladly would have paid the additional $46 for the improvement in condition.

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    1. spriteboy42 spriteboy42, 4 years ago
      What does it say in the center divider?
    2. davekelejian, 4 years ago
      Hello spriteboy42
      Sorry it took me so long to respond, The wife's got me on a tight leash here with Xmas closing in.
      I believe it says " The New Consumers Case" Has a bit of silver paint over the last part of the sentence. I was told that this one is supposedly from either 1923 or 1927. But most I have seen like this one are more like the 1940s. Any help or info as always is greatly appreciated.
      Have a Merry Christmas!
      Dave
    3. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 4 years ago
      Nice one. 1941.
    4. davekelejian, 4 years ago
      Hey and thanks Daddy_Nobucks
      The link you gave me the other day was saying something about the trade mark. I thought this was a 1940s, but after looking at that site I started to wonder as the trade mark is still in the bottom of the C as opposed to being under the word. Ill have to go back and recheck your site. Thanks as always!
    5. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 4 years ago
      Your piece shows the transition of trademark detail placement from within long tail of first C to underneath the logo, which occurred in 1941. Not unusual to see pieces from that year with both variations. Makes them easy to date.
    6. Daddy_Nobucks Daddy_Nobucks, 4 years ago
      Here's Blaine's CW profile, he's the creative force behind earlycoke.com He stops by here to check on we hacks every once in awhile... ;0)

      http://www.collectorsweekly.com/user/earlycoke
    7. davekelejian, 4 years ago
      Thanks again Mr Nobucks!

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