He had this one prominently displayed in his shop-fantastic eye appeal/attention getterdef a conversation starter leads down the road to talking about milking cows processing milk etc... I know bc it happened with me as I got it down to take pictures for you to see lol honestly I had never really thought about what the sign was for before today even tho Ive seen it displayed many times my father really enjoyed collecting dairy ads milk caps etc..
He grew up on a farm and that stuff intrigued him. The sign itself has signs of aging a sign likely closing in on a century old obviously has some discoloring..Also browning, rustic corr spots. Some of the brown Im sure can be removed as its dust (I would guess) as I havent attempted to clean any of Dads items to sell. Unless I know what Im doing I dont want to handle these old pieces more than I have to. As always respectable offers appreciated, thanks for checking out my listings. Background on Listing: From My Dads Collection. As stated earlier, it belonged to my Fatherhere is a little bit about his history. He traveled all over the US to shows/conventions; he never seen a flea market or yard sale he wouldnt at least stop at for a few minutes. He spent much time up and down the East Coast- - and if youve been a collector in this long, there is a good chance youve met or possibly knew him. He had one built that he lost in one of the big floods.
He regrouped and started again. He finally had a new shop (the 2nd one) built, ready, and had almost filled it with collectibles. The doors never officially open.Dad unexpectedly passed away with his hopes and dreams never realized. Now all of what I call Dads stuff is really mine. (I collect sports items and comics//I know how important my items arriving in the condition I bought and in timely manner is). If you need more pictures or you have any questions dont hesitate to shoot me a message. And if you are interested in more or any other kind of antiques// vintage collectibles give me a follow as their are so many items to list in the future I dont know where to begin honestly. For now take this listing off my hands thanks for your interest, and thanks for looking and reading, and big THANK you for helping be pay off this student debt.
The item "Vtg Anker-Holth Cream Separator Metal Tin Sign Milk Dairy Advertising Laval RARE" is in sale since Thursday, April 18, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Advertising\Food & Beverage\Dairy\Signs & Plaques".The seller is "vs-3cs" and is located in Goldsboro, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.