Hey there, time traveller!
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I know you deal in a lot of signs. I was hoping you could shed some light on this Dominion Tires sign I own. It came from my father's gas station he owned in the 1950s.
It is two-sided and in excellent condition on both sides.
The Dominion Tire company began producing tires in 1914 in Kitchener Ont. In 1966, the company changed its name to Uniroyal. In the 1980s Uniroyal it merged with B.F. Goodrich. Your sign is made of steel with a porcelain finish, and they usually chip easily. Your sign appears to have no chips, but it does show signs of wear.
In its current condition, it would sell for $350 to $400.
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