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i'm going to look at a crossbuck sign for sale today with the two lights, and my question is how do i determine the age of the sign? is it dated like a pump plate on a gas pump? right now all i know about it from the seller is the lights are metal with glass lenses, and the sign itself is "heavy", whatever that's worth.
any advice here would be GREATLY appreciated!

...and if this is too far off topic, please delete.

-tred

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Tred, Contact member Let er' Buck. He should be able to help you with your question.


Regards, Jim

I collect gas pump salt and pepper shakers
and the plastic coin banks made by AVSCO.

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