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Veribrite signs, Chicago
#362331 Fri Oct 12 2012 12:26 PM
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Is there something about Veribright's signs that make them more valuable than others? Most of the Veribright signs I see are very nice looking with bright colors. It just seems like they fetch a premium compared to other sign companies, except for maybe walker Detroit.

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TheRoyalCrown #362622 Sat Oct 13 2012 12:53 PM
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Ingram rich made a lot of porcelain advertising pieces that advertised its own company name. Couple this with the fact they have been around 15 years prior to veribrite makes them a very sought after manufacturer. Whos to say which maker was better. I find more collectors talking about Ingram rich than any other maker.


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