Historical 1920s-30s Vintage 'Open' Sign from Union Oyster House in Boston, Massachusetts
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Historical 1920s-30s Vintage 'Open' Sign from Union Oyster House in Boston, Massachusetts

Code: advf10000


SOLD!!! No Longer Available!

Product Description

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OUT OF OFFICE: September 15 through September 22 2019.

Thank you for visiting. We hope you will find some vintage artifact of interest here, but please be advised that we are currently out of the office, at the legendary MAX Show (Last one in Pittsburgh!) returning on Monday September 23rd, and we will not be able to ship until then. Feel free to place an order, or email us to place an artifact ON HOLD, but, again, we will not be able to ship until 9/23/19.
Thank you, Ron & Kana

ARTIFACT: This is a fabulous 1920s-1930s open sign for Bostonís Union Oyster House, the cityís oldest restaurant (established 1826), and the oldest continuously operating restaurant in the United States. Union House is now designated a National Historic Landmark, and over its career has housed a RevolutionaryĖera publisher, a sewing circle for at least one future First Lady, an exiled future French king, and was the first spot in the country where a toothpick was used. The etched glass sign is rectangular and hangs from two brackets.

VINTAGE: Circa 1920s-1930s.

SIZE: 17-5/16Ē length and 9-15/16Ē width.

CONSTRUCTION/MATERIALS: Glass, iron hardware.

ATTACHMENT: Two brackets with chain links.

MARKINGS: N/A.

ITEM NOTES: This is from a restaurant collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. VGBX01 VCJJX9/10 SLDEJX2/15 SLDFJX5/15 SLCHJX4/16 SCHJX7/16

CONDITION: 7+ (Very Fine+): Sign has some small chips out of the top edge and some light abrasions.

GUARANTEE: As with all my items, this piece is guaranteed original.