Here is a picture that I took myself. This sign was at Peotone in March. They were showing it off for an upcoming auction (I think CTO).
As I said in my first post look at the holes chipping of the porcelain around the original none on the one in question . That signs been around a long time surely someone put it up and took it down several times . Usually the first place porcelain signs are damaged . Next is the edges the fakers notice that and chip it themselves. They weren’t smart enough to chip the holes . Since sometimes the first thing that comes up is old gas posts on google when I’m trying to find info on signs . In a way my post may be even teaching them to make the fantasy more believable. I just don’t think that the fakes will ever be crisp as the original porcelain signs if it looks sloppy And you have doubts most likely bogus.
I actually know someone who has this sign.