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Well-Worn Porcelain Enamel Long-Bell Lumber Sign Item # G0353
Vintage Signs are a favorite among collectors and appreciators, as such pieces often feature unique graphics, historic letter forms and nostalgic commodities. Porcelain enamel signage was developed in the late 19th century and became an instant hit. The material was mass-producible, durable and fireproof, ideal for all weather conditions. Our collection features porcelain enamel signs from throughout the 20th century, with highlights from early-century pharmacies, industrial factories and mid-century gas stations.
- Historical Style: Industrial
- Long-Bell Lumber was a prolific saw mill and lumber distribution company in the American South.
- This sign is coved, and would have hung on a enormous lumber round.
- Still has its original mounting ring on the back, but can also be hung via the drilled holes on the top and bottom.
- Condition Notes: Very nicely worn finish – plenty of raw steel seen below the porcelain.
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Well-Worn Porcelain Enamel Long-Bell Lumber Sign