They are metal painted signs, not porcelain, and look to be hand painted by someone who is a very good artist and striper. Most of them are either a different size than originals, or are single sided rather than double sided as originals. The Oilzum that just sold was done on the end of some kind of display, originals are porcelain, double sided. The Texaco that just sold is originally a small, double sided rack sign. Their's was a larger single sided version.
Edited by pumpingethyl (Sun Feb 20 2011 09:54 PM)
Dennis Leith / Always looking for unusual Gilmore Oil Company items and Automobilia Displays