I would try uship.com if I was trying to figure it out. Post a pic with dimensions and you will get bids from people likely traveling near the sign looking to fill their trailer. I've had nothing but positive results from a few ship jobs.
Hershey is coming up soon and I wanted to point out a change that affects us and others in the southeast corner of the Red Field (between the football stadium and old hockey arena). Hersheypark will be utilizing that area for construction/construction equipment. Vendors in that section were told they would be moved elsewhere in the swapmeet for 2019. It looks like we will be assigned to the roadway in front of Chocolate World, where motor coaches usually park. When I get the space numbers I will post them here. I do not know where my neighbors (fellow oldgassers, petroliana dealers, and "race car" row) will be assigned. Most likely everyone will be scattered around the various fields depending on how many spaces they had/need.
I’m pretty sure it’s the same time every year which was last weekend . I will try to remember to post it on oldgas a couple of weeks before next years event . It really is a great time , no one will be disappointed if you like old cars old buildings Harley’s Indians , signs , gas pumps , good food and music , and the scenery is pretty amazing .
Here’s an example of scratches darkened on real thin porcelain. It makes the blue look a lot better, but it darkened the yellow a little bit. Overall the sign looks a lot better. (If you zoom in on the yellow and compare each picture, you can see what I’m talking about. However it’s not very noticeable from a distance, I just wanted you to be aware). It darkens it for two reasons... there could be rust/grime in the cracks and/or the porcelain is worn thin where the scratches are and blue is the underlying color.
Make sure you clean your sign and use a clean rag. This will prevent you from dragging dirt and grime into those areas.
All of this was probably way too long and technical of an answer, but just letting those know, who have never done it.
By-the-way, this sign looked like it was used as a door mat in a mud factory when I got it and the porcelain had worn and faded thin.
Looking to buy GM and Chevrolet cans. Oil, transmis, antifreeze, wax, or any other cans, bottles, or tins pre 1970s. (Not interested in 70’s-80’s black and white cans) Pics are for examples. Pm me or call/text 641-295-0875 if you have or know of any for sale. Thank You!! Mike