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||Posted - 07/01/2005 : 09:03:11 AM
Thought of you when I saw this can label as I was going through some of my sign stuff. This looks like a perfect sign for you Alaska RR.
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||Posted - 04/23/2020 : 08:52:14 AM
here are a few i found on pintrest
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||Posted - 03/02/2020 : 12:36:53 PM
Originally posted by Rick
I checked with Bruce who didn't feel it would be disrespectful, but he doesn't have the image. Does anyone?
Not sure where Mike Chambers got that. Someone may have drawn it for him as a commission. Philip
||Posted - 03/10/2015 : 08:38:51 AM
RE: Fish oil factory signs or cannery signs
Has anyone thought of those crafty websites that offer old labels for craft projects such as labeling soap or boxes ?
||Posted - 02/16/2015 : 2:02:25 PM
looking for some signage for a fish oil factory.
||Posted - 02/15/2015 : 08:51:31 AM
Here's one for the shop wall.
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||Posted - 01/13/2015 : 10:24:22 AM
Speaking of jokes, I saw this at a flea market, and thought of Gnatshop and his Ledbetter family:
||Posted - 01/13/2015 : 06:18:39 AM
My guess it is a joke, especially with the remark about Canadians
||Posted - 01/12/2015 : 10:03:04 AM
Bruce, I thought hummm on that last poster then the USAF nailed it. Try AAF.
||Posted - 01/12/2015 : 08:39:50 AM
I'm not sure how authentic that last sign is. I think that is supposed to be a WWII poster featuring a P-38. However, back then there was no USAF, it was the U.S. Army Air Corps.
Still a neat poster.
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||Posted - 12/30/2014 : 09:09:30 AM
Thanks Ian, these are terrific.
||Posted - 12/30/2014 : 02:45:54 AM
I've got a lot more on disc, have to copy them via Photobucket
Pleny of European ones if anybody's interested
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