No room for this anymore and it has been in storage in a rental now for about 11 years. All comes apart and is numbered for ease of either take apart or put together. It is about 18 ft long and has three doors that go up and down on counter weights. Used it for globes as you can see and put purple felt in it and lacquer on the outside. It rolls and the bottom pieces come off. $10,000.00 or maybe someone has something I need that is smaller.
I still need a base for an ERIE 753, if anyone has one.
THE BASE I NEED MEASURES APPROXIAMTELY 15" x 15" from skin mounting lip to lip.
Or I would like to recast one. I have never had a part recast, however I heard it isn't horribly expensive. If anyone can help me with recasting advice , I would appreciate it. And if anyone has one I can borrow (that isn't painted nice and doesn't have cool patina) I would greatly appreciate it.
So if anyone has this base for sale, or one I can borrow, please give me a call, or send me a text or PM.
Originals will have the makers mark" PARKER" embossed onto the face of the sign. It has 2 pieces of round glass held in place with a snap ring, and the current price would be displayed behind the glass,
In 2002 I happened to see a set of Humble gas pump salt and pepper shakers in an antique mall. This was a very short time after my Grandmother had passed away. When I was a young boy my Grandmother had given me a set of Cities Service shakers that she had received. Seeing that Humble set reminded me of my Grandmother and the bug bit me that very day. I've been collecting shakers ever since.