The signs are in the Prince Rupert, old, metallic and hopefully to the owners who probably scan every episode of Antiques Roadshow and Flog It, valuable.
The signifiers are the signs. They signify a more innocent age, where it was cool and ok to hunt foxes, where cigarettes did you no harm, and having a drink actually made you drive a car better.
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Great collection of signs. My mother was actually told by a doctor that smoking would help her relax - that was in the late 1950s. We've come a long way, hopefully down the right road.ReplyDelete
I'm amused to see that the mirror below the Mercer's Meat Stout sign advertises Andrew's Liver Salts.
Ha thanks for pointing that out!ReplyDelete
Lots of signs Si.ReplyDelete
Indeed Bob, but that's only a small selectionDelete
Love these old signs.ReplyDelete
Have one in my kitchen.....old bisto ad.
Elegant, nostalgic, innocent... :)ReplyDelete
Have a good weekend, perhaps with a pizza!
Pizza is nice, but makes me feel ill!Delete
Very nice post really,I apperciate your blog.Thanks for sharing.keep sharing more blogs.ReplyDelete