SOLD ITEM 5902 - Early lithographed tin crossing guard sign

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Early lithographed tin crossing guard sign. This sign is in good condition. Some schoolboy mischief has been done to the face with a marking pen, including a new beard, scar, and fake bullet hole, and a medal has been added to his lapel, but these marks can be cleaned. Measures 58 inches high and 17 inches wide. Circa 1910 to 1920.
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