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VINTAGE PORSCHE PORCELAIN SIGN
#745553 Mon Mar 23 2020 02:41 AM
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VINTAGE PORSCHE PORCELAIN SIGN On Ebay

https://www.ebay.com/itm/VINTAGE-PO...OIL-STUTTGART-GERMANY-RARE/164124593514?

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johnpeter #745560 Mon Mar 23 2020 09:01 AM
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Somewhere online I found a writeup showing the different porcelain Porsche dealership signs. I know they made one similar to this but I can't find the pics. Here is mine - this is the earliest version made for Porsche. This one dates from the late 1950's.



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Looking at the eBay one again...the STUTTGART font concerns me. Looks like computer font. I would be skeptical of that one.

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the eBay one looks to me like a typical reproduction with no comparison to detail... look at the horses mouth and eyes in both pictures...junk in my opinion.


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My question is why John Peter in Egypt is posting these kinds of pictures on here? Seems like there is a lot of either questionable knowledge, or he is just trying to be part of this without the really knowing what is going on ? John Peter, Please post some pictures of your collection or pieces to see what is available over in Egypt.


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Craig , I have also asked that Question on here , Look at the stuff he has on ebay . IMO most not Real


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[quote=BrianH]Somewhere online I found a writeup showing the different porcelain Porsche dealership signs. I know they made one similar to this but I can't find the pics. Here is mine - this is the earliest version made for Porsche. This one dates from the late 1950's.


Thanks for doing the research & sharing this with us.

How could anyone commit to these signs without doing a bit of research?

It is not a rocket science!

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