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0516YABE09
Early-1900s round tin number marker: '9'

Originating from a game a clock golf, the thin cream sign features a bold, black numeral and four pointed teeth that can be used to attach the sign to different surfaces. Recommended as a door number, cafe table marker, or as a quirky detail for cabinet doors and drawers! 8cm diam. Superficial wear, minor dents and bends; the plain reverse tarnished from age
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Price: 6 GBP

Delivery to Mainland UK: 5.00 GBP
(Free for orders over £25)
Europe: 5.50 GBP
Rest of World: 6.75 GBP


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Early-1900s round vintage tin number marker: '9'
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Ex-Heygate council estate enamel lift sign number '9' Mid-1900s gilded gold sign letter 'N' on black backing Bow-fronted gold gilt pub sign letter 'I', early 1900s Large gold-gilt ex-pub sign letter 'N', c.1970s Ex-pub sign gold leaf letter 'E', 30.5cm

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