I have here an Gaurdian oil sign and can, from Ottawa Canada. Parfield oil limited from a gas station in Quebec that was shut down in the 1940’s Porcelain sign 5’x3’ with rounded edges to memic the can. The can is 1 gallon. Very rare and hard to find information/history on Gaurdian oil, as well as value.
Evening all, No rain today although its overcast this afternoon. Been doing the lawyer and bank thing today. Mom had it cut and dry she said and it wouldn't be a big deal. Well maybe not so much on 2 properties.one is owned by me and her estate the same with the other but my sister having owner ship to 50 percent due to a misswording in the deeds. Two more to be sold I haven't been able to find deeds on yet I have a feeling they may not be a piece of cake either. Knew better than to ask a lawyer LOL! Have a great day all!! I'm longing to just go fishing or something.
The hose cover may not be original. The first pump on the left in the picture posted by Hardy's Garage appears to be a match (Tokheim 876) if we can assume the hose cover is not original. Also the 4th pump from the left looks like a Tokheim 876 but with tapered sides, chrome trim corners and a different wider base. After doing a google search I see pictures labeled as Tokheim 876 showing tapered sides, chrome trim corners and a wide base, and I see pictures labeled as Tokheim 876 showing straight sides like the picture on the left. Are these posts all correct just different year 876's?
Also I need to open the site glass and take a look at the spinner, it may not be original??