LARGE 19TH C. POCKET WATCH TRADE SIGN

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This is a nice early pocket watch trade sign that dates back to c.1880-1890. It is double sided with the out side being made of cast iron and the face is made of zinc. It retains the original early dry paint with a good surface and is in good condition with no repairs. G.E.Finley was one of the early settlers of Cottonwood Falls, Chase County Kansas. Gideon Finley first opened his shop in the PUGH drug store in the 1880s. It is unusual being silver rather gold. This is an excellent large pocket watch trade sign from the 19th century. Measurements: 34″ tall x 24″ diameter

$ 1250.00