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Early-1900s tinplate no spitting sign

Likely to have come from a pub or similar establishment, the rare, WW1-era sign is painted in black and white onto tin, with reinforced edges and four screw holes. Includes maker's name: J. A. Whitehead, Didsbury. 24 x 16cm. Visible age wear and some decorator's paint adding character
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Early-1900s antique tinplate no spitting sign
Likely to have come from a pub or similar establishment, the rare, WW1-era sign is painted in black and white onto tin, with reinforced edges and four screw holes. Includes maker's name: J. A. Whitehead, Didsbury. 24 x 16cm. Visible age wear and some decorator's paint adding character
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