Original Fairbanks Morse Scales Porcelain Grain Elevator Sign Hit Miss Engine


Original Fairbanks Morse Scales Porcelain Grain Elevator Sign Hit Miss Engine

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Original Fairbanks Morse Scales Porcelain Grain Elevator Sign Hit Miss Engine :
$466


This is a nice original Fairbanks Morse Scales porcelain sign that used to hang on scalehouse at the grain elevators. It measures about 9 x 50 inches and is in excellent original condition with only a few minor woulds and a chip along the top edge. It was made by the Burdick Company in Chicago. It still displays very bright and vibrant colors and could probably even be cleaned up a bit but I left it all original just as it was removed. The back is in great condition as well. All of the original mounting grommets are in place. There are a few very small holes that take very little away from this sign's displayability. These signs are getting very hard to find in the wild especially in this condition. I have seen these signs sell for over $600 but I'm asking a bit less. It would be a great addition to your early advertising collection especially if you like Fairbanks Morse scales! The pictures tell the story. You won't be disappointed in any way. Good Luck.

Original Fairbanks Morse Scales Porcelain Grain Elevator Sign Hit Miss Engine :
$466

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