I picked these porcelain double sided gas price signs up at a yard sale a few years ago. I thought they were cool, and had to buy them lol. There's 27 pieces total, and all are double sided with a different value on the other side. Can anyone tell me what they're worth, about what years they're from and maybe the brand of station or type of sign that held them. They are 3 7/8" wide and 7 7/8" tall. I'd like to try to find something to be able to display these, so any info is appreciated. Thanks!
Looks like I can’t go back and edit the original post to add these in, is there any way Admins can unlock that feature so I can keep adding to the original list instead of doing so in new comments/replies? Or any tricks I don’t know of that will allow me to do so?
A ‘trick’ I do for the list of scammers on eBay, is I keep it in an excel spreadsheet document. Then every time I update it, I just ad to my excel spreadsheet and then cut and paste it on a new reply here on old gas. Which is nice because I can also sort it alphabetically.
I have 2 Wayne 70 pumps both in need of the access door...so I need 2 of them I believe they are all the same one pump is a 4 ad the other is 2 ad with the sight glass at the top.... Obviously I would pay shipping to Canada. pm any replies
Dated in that manner reminds me of the reproduction globes made and sold by Weber's in Fort Worth, Texas during that time frame. This could be one of theirs (which doesn't make it more valuable....just saying). John
Awesome job on your station, looks fantastic! Any chance you can post some pics of the inside? I'm contemplating a similar build behind my pump island and would love to see how you've done up the inside. Thanks! Paul
OK, 10 gallon is sold. This is a great looking 5 gallon pump. Glass is good with no cracks. Displays great as it sits. I can get this to the show in Lebanon IN, Evansville, Parkers, Columbus or Iowa if paid for. $4500 firm.