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I'm hoping to buy this sign from a friend of mine and would appreciate it if you guys could set the price.
It's about 35" X 11.5".
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got your name on it!!! I'd say 275.00


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Not a sign expert, but what you are doing to make sure you buy your friends sign at a fair price has a huge value!

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With the condition displayed, I'd say that Minuteman is about right!


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I agree with MM...I like these old tackers and it still amazes me how these 80+ year old flimzy signs have stood the test of time...Nice sign!


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You know me too well Kim and for that reason this is the one sign that will never leave the collection..... thanks for the $$$ valuation. I for one am glad OldGas has this particular forum.
Thanks also Nicole... I do try to stay on the good side of the Karma thing.
The reason this sign survived is because the guy found it nailed to the back of a board somewhere inside this building...... he hasn't showed me exactly where yet, but I am curious.



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I appreciate everybody's help with the pricing of the sign, but it turns out the guy actually found 2 of these signs and didn't tell me about the second one. He wanted to make me suffer for awhile and then just gave it to me.... guess that's what friends are for, but then again he knows I owe him big-time now.
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...LOL...hey, he could have made you pay top dollar and THEN told you he had two...


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Twice is much better than NONE! wink


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