Porcelain Signs (Indian Reproductions)

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Any pics of the whole sign ? Stanocola signs can be pretty rare ( I know a little about early petroliana) , if you can get some pics of the whole sign and the dimensions I’ll look it up in Scott Benjamin and Wayne Henderson’s book.
 

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Any pics of the whole sign ? Stanocola signs can be pretty rare ( I know a little about early petroliana) , if you can get some pics of the whole sign and the dimensions I’ll look it up in Scott Benjamin and Wayne Henderson’s book.
Thanks I'll measure it and send it to you later
 

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That's all of the sign I put the first picture to show that it was attached to the other piece of the sign it was in the woods with a bunch of thash that has been there. I'm sure there's more haven't been back. I would like to know a value thanks.
 

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That's all of the sign I put the first picture to show that it was attached to the other piece of the sign it was in the woods with a bunch of thash that has been there. I'm sure there's more haven't been back. I would like to know a value thanks.
In Scott Benjamin and Wayne Henderson’s book “Oil Company Signs - A Collectors Guide” , it is listed as an 18x18” flange sign. On their rarity scale of 1 to 5 , it is listed as a 4 being rare to very rare. It’s listed as being used from 1918 to 1923. It’s a cool piece of history and petroliana. As far as value I have no idea with the condition being what it is. I would put it on an old piece of weathered barn wood and keep it !
 

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In Scott Benjamin and Wayne Henderson’s book “Oil Company Signs - A Collectors Guide” , it is listed as an 18x18” flange sign. On their rarity scale of 1 to 5 , it is listed as a 4 being rare to very rare. It’s listed as being used from 1918 to 1923. It’s a cool piece of history and petroliana. As far as value I have no idea with the condition being what it is. I would put it on an old piece of weathered barn wood and keep it !
What's 18by18
 

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