GENERAL DESCRIPTION: This is a vintage New York City humpback porcelain street sign. It has the classic blue and white porcelain.
This is from the intersection of Charles Street and Greenwich Street. This is about 3 to 4 blocks from the newest national monument - the Stonewall Inn. Other nearby establishments include Casa La Femme, The Elk, Bayard's Ale House, Red Farm, Cowgirl, Wild Upright Brew House, The Other Room, Fat Cat, Mary's Fish Camp, Sevilla, Smalls Jazz Club, Woogie's Bar and Grill, and many others.
The Stonewall National Monument is about 3 blocks away from where this sign hung. In or near the West Village of Lower Manhattan. Not sure of the exact dates for these signs -- believe they were used from the 1910s & 1920s up to the 1940s. Somehow this sign and another one ended up in New Mexico many, many years ago.A nice & rare piece of New York history. CONDITION: The porcelain sign is in great condition. No major chips in the porcelain on either side.
Has some very minor scratches and scuffs from being around for close to a century. Overall superb condition for a sign that is approximately 80 to 100 years old. Please carefully examine the photos. Weight of the package is about 7 Lb.
Carefully wrapped in heavy cardboard on inside and a heavy box on outside to get anywhere in the world safely. Please let me know if there are any problems or issues - I will do what I can to ensure satisfaction. The item "Vintage New York City Street Porcelain Sign Greenwich Village Road Old Antique" is in sale since Tuesday, June 13, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Transportation\Automobilia\Signs & Plaques".The seller is "medioloco" and is located in Winston, New Mexico. This item can be shipped worldwide.