Petroleum Collectibles Monthly

4 collectible gas pump signs

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  1. Shell - Bill King displays this rare and beautiful Shell Aviation Products sign from the 1930s, along with other assorted collectibles.
  2. Fina - Bruce Bednar shows off his assemblage of Fina pump signs. Probably Canadian, these are among the rarest pump signs from the 1950s.
  3. Tydol - Flying "A" sign.
  4. Fleet Wing - Jason Kerschner recently discovered this rare and beautiful Fleet Wing Ethyl sign, dating from the early 1930s.
  5. Texaco - pump restoration by Bob McClernan.
  6. Lion Gas - post-1959 jumping lion logo
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This page brought to you as a service to the petroliana hobby. Text, images and title copyright Petroleum Collectibles Monthly, 1996-7. Used with permission.

Published 4/9/96, updated 5/21/03 by Jim Potts