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    Hello, I need some help with this sign. I cannot find another one like it anywhere on the Web. Anyone seen one before? It is tin and measures 16" X 12". thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skullker View Post
    Hello, I need some help with this sign. I cannot find another one like it anywhere on the Web. Anyone seen one before? It is tin and measures 16" X 12". thanks.
    I'm guessing it's a "re-pop".
    The I.R.S. must love poor folks, they create more and more every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Berger View Post
    I'm guessing it's a "re-pop".
    Bill, I was thinking the same thing, But..... Why no more than one? When was it made? It came out of an old farm house and the owner said it was there for many years. Jack.

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    Hey Jack,

    I have one of those signs, although mine has a lot more color, and the back of it is black if I remember correctly. It's out in the garage attic, and may take me a while to find it, but when I do I'll post a picture of it. It is a heavy bugger made of think gauge steel, and I'm pretty sure the surface is porcelain. I wouldn't go as far as saying it reproduction though, as you don't see any of them anywhere. I'm willing to bet they are originals, as reproductions aren't often found with the porcelain surface, due to the firing expenses. Just my opinion.
    I went to the shed for the old John Deere, a round fender 112 that shows no fear. With chrome hubcaps that shine like the sun, and a padded seat to cushion my buns. An integral hitch and a 80 dump cart, only trouble now is my tractor won't start!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndeereelfman View Post
    Hey Jack,

    I have one of those signs, although mine has a lot more color, and the back of it is black if I remember correctly. It's out in the garage attic, and may take me a while to find it, but when I do I'll post a picture of it. It is a heavy bugger made of think gauge steel, and I'm pretty sure the surface is porcelain. I wouldn't go as far as saying it reproduction though, as you don't see any of them anywhere. I'm willing to bet they are originals, as reproductions aren't often found with the porcelain surface, due to the firing expenses. Just my opinion.
    Thanks for the help. Mine is not thick tin. Skullker.

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