Belgium - 1920-1930
|No. of items:||1|
|Object:||Library sign signed|
|Manufacturer/ Brand:||Emaillerie Leclercq Gosselies|
|Country of Origin:||Belgium|
|Condition:||Fair condition - heavily used & with possibly minor parts missing|
Rare sign of Leclercq emaillerie. Ernest Leclercq founds emaillerie Leclercq Gosselies in 1920. This company focused more on signboards at the beginning but after 1929 it also made some advertising signs. In 1993, this company closed its doors.
The condition of the sign is used, the letters are thickly applied.
The 4 suspension ears are intact.
- height: 20 cm
- width: 40 cm
Will be sent with Track & Trace.
Catawiki member since August 5, 2011, received 89 reviews in total (24 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||95.7% (24 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Not really fast, it was protected not really well but everything was undamaged.
Fast shipping.. the item was well packaged, and arrived to the US without damage.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Hola. Ya mandé unas palabras al vendedor. El paquete muy bien embalado y el plato en perfecto estado. Gracias
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.'Uitstekende staat' inclusief honderden transparante luchtbellen in rood glas. Verkoper vind het onnodig dit te tonen/vermelden, want 'dat is normaal bij oud glas'. Na 2 weken geen reactie Catawiki
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