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Folk Art Giant Metal Scissors Industrial Store Display Sign

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This is an industrial metal store display sign that showcases French Folk Art. The sign boasts gigantic scissors, which can be used as an advertisement for a barber or hair salon. It is possible that the sign was originally used as a trade sign for a tailor shop or a millinery store. The sign is made of chromed metal and has the same maneuverability as real scissors. Despite being an outdoor sign, it is still in good condition, although there is some metal oxidation throughout. Measurements: 15.38 in wide (39 cm) x 5.94 in deep (15 cm) x 1.38 in thick (3.5 cm).
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  • Dimensions:
    Height: 1.38 in (3.51 cm)Width: 15.38 in (39.07 cm)Depth: 5.94 in (15.09 cm)
  • Style:
    Folk Art (Of the Period)
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  • Date of Manufacture:
    Mid 20th Century
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  • Seller Location:
    Atlanta, GA
  • Reference Number:
    Seller: 8P177CEAGAJ1stDibs: LU1632240107592
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