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good picken where you live!
early moped! are the keys there??
would ya sell it? I have a friend who says when he dies he is getting buried in a PBR themed casket....lol....he would love that sign
Restore this one! This would look fantastic redone to look like new! If it had the original paint on it I would not restore it. But this one is just begging to be restored!
oak curved glass china cabinet with claw feet. nice splash on the top.......I'd buy it.
Well collectors, guess what I just found out from Aumann Auctions in Nokomis, Illinois? This sign sold in there November 2008 auction (a better one condition wise) for get this............$32,000.00!!...
Thought for sure someone had seen one of these before....look again, need help identifying this one.
I want these chairs!
Wow, what a quick response! Thanks, I have been trying to find info on these for the past 3 months!
Very nice piece. You did good pricewise. Curved glass can be bought, and don't replace the mirrors, just get them resilvered. That way it stays mostly original except for the glass.
Beatiful color on this!
Aww, dang it. Sold it yesterday! But I have already found another, just have not gotten it bought yet.
Thank you officialfuel, for the info. Now, (lol), can someone help me put a price on this dang thing? It's 72 inches tall by 23 3/4 inches wide, porcelain, two sided (but one side is 80% gone). Am pro...
This would look great hanging in my office!!
They do make repro's of these. If it is not porcelain, and IS just painted on, I would think it would be a reproduction one. I have sold the 16" repro's for $30 in the past.
Educate me, how does the "visible left ear" date this? And yes, it has 4 legs on it. The John Deere museum is supposed to be calling me about, but have not yet.
Sold one of these a few years ago. Do not see very many of them around here. Nice sign.
this is a porcelain sign, but the other side is mostly gone.