Standard Oil Anhydrous Ammonia sign question

Posted by: Oldgas

Standard Oil Anhydrous Ammonia sign question - Sun Nov 15 2009 04:00 PM

Mitchell Beninga asks about this Standard Oil Anhydrous Ammonia sign. In the lower right hand corner are the letters "SPI-210" and "M-C-A-1528" 19 inches wide by 24 inches tall. Any information you could provide me would be appreciated, age, value?
Posted by: PennWheelerPetro

Re: Standard Oil Anhydrous Ammonia sign question - Sun Nov 15 2009 04:20 PM

Jim,
About a month ago I was at a local
auction in el paso, il, and they had one in pretty decent shape with a few surface scratches and I think it brought 125.00 or
so, and a week later the guy listed the sign on eBay and it brought I think close to 135.00. So he didn't make anything really after the buyers premium and all. I would guess maybe $100-200 sign.Hope this
info helps.

Jerry
Posted by: Dick Bennett

Re: Standard Oil Anhydrous Ammonia sign question - Sun Nov 15 2009 04:23 PM

can't help on value, but this is about the product.
http://ohioline.osu.edu/aex-fact/0594-1.html