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An early, Colman's Starch tin advertising sign

S/N:0589

19th Century

  • £245.00
  • €291 Euro
  • $323 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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This early, Colman's Starch tin advertising sign oozes charm - the upper half has a lovely warm red background and a wonderfully detailed version of the company's Bull's Head logo. Some surface rust has started to bleed through in the lower part of the sign giving it a lovely patina that just can't be replicated.

Colman's introduced the bull's head logo around 1855 and so this sign probably dates from the late 19th century - there are some surfaces scratches, the aforementioned surface rust and a little 'nibbling' to the lower corners, but generally the condition of this sign is such that it adds character to the piece rather than detracting from it.

The sign measures 43cm wide x 28cm high.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 28cm (11.02in)
  • W: 48cm (18.90in)
  • D: 0.1cm (0.04in)

Period: 

19th Century

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I’m Louis Walpole. Over a decade of working for and alongside some of the best antique dealers in the country at London’s renowned Portobello Road have helped me to form a detailed understanding of, and appreciation for, a diverse array of antiques. In 2016, after ‘dabbling’ in the trade since childhood I decided to follow my heart and (ignoring a myriad of people advising against it) leave my salaried job to trade full time. Since then I have travelled around England and Western Europe collecting the pieces that particularly interest me. These pieces loosely follow the themes of; automotive, advertising, scientific and industrial. I have a select number of items on display in Atlam on Portobello Road. The shop is open Monday to Friday from 10am to 4pm and on Saturdays from 8am to 5pm.

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