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A fantastic antique sign. Salvaged from the front of a newsagent. It is a part of a sign and there is a maker name to the corner. The 'News of the World' was first published in 1843 by John Brown Bell. The blue enamal has a wonderful vibrant colour. It has a fabulous timeworn patina and has been displayed outside for all of its life. Holes are drilled within the metal for hanging. Dating we believe from the 1930s and is a real statement piece for any modern home or garden. Adding soul and character to any modern space.   


Tarnishing to metal in places. This is a salavged piece and is very much as found. Shows signs of wear and tear as it is old and has been used, but only adds to its character. Great decorative item which would look fantastic in any home or business interior.

Please look at photos closely as they form part of the item description.


167 cm width, 25.5 cm height

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Antique 1930s News of the World Newspaper Salvaged Shop Advertising Enamel Sign

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