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    Posted 11 months ago

    whatigot
    (2 items)

    Hello, does anyone know what this is? I’m guessing object sign? Or maybe caution? Red marbles are marked Persons Majestic Manufacturing. Thanks in advance.

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    1. PhilDMorris PhilDMorris, 11 months ago
      I know that company made numerous reflectors for bicycles which this looks like one. Always a good idea to help us with measurements? !~
    2. AnythingObscure AnythingObscure, 11 months ago
      'Catseye' road signs tend to be 1940's (or earlier) but I can't say I've ever seen any kind of roadway hazard/warning sign of this shape/size. [guessing at the size in relation to your hand in last pic] It still could easily have been some kind of traffic hazard marker (the beauty thing is that there weren't any "standards" for such stuff back then] or maybe for railroad or maritime usage. Cool sign no matter what it is supposed to be?!! :-)
    3. whatigot whatigot, 11 months ago
      Hello,
      I’m not sure if I’m responding in the right place but thank you for the feedback. The sign measures 12”x 12”x 1” thick. I also was thinking 1930’s- 40’s myself. Thanks again
    4. Toyrebel Toyrebel, 11 months ago
      I'm guessing traffic hazzard marker also. I know I've seen this type of thing somewhere.

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