Definitely not PC! Michelin has some of the best very early tire advertising in my opinion. If anyone has any really good trades I’d entertain it it as well. I enjoy early graphic tin signs and flanges the most.
I'm sorry, but I believe the Texaco Marine is a reproduction. There are many differences when compared to a known original. In addition, the artwork is very sloppy when compared to an original. As with most reproductions, the chipping is around the edge with no damage in the field? This sign is heavily repopped and all indicators point to this as being one of them.
I'm a filmmaker looking for a gas pump to use as a prop in a film being shot in Colorado early next year. Hoping to connect with someone local who'd be interested in having their pump used in our film. It should be unrestored, rusty, and possibly something from the 40s or 50s, but I'm open to other eras as well. Any collectors here in Colorado? Ideally near Denver.
hello just trying this forum out some more wanted to share these photos of stations from my home town of Marienville pa the gulf station is long gone torn down before I was born to put up a uni mart the Quaker state building is still there but empty and run down no one will touch it due to issues with in ground tanks leaking at one time,