Tin Signs » Barber Shop and Shoe Shine



SpiderWebArt Gallery

These signs are not kept in stock at Spiderwebart Gallery, they will be drop shipped from the manufacturer.

Due to the size and weight of these signs, actual shipping costs may increase depending on your location. Please allow 2-3 weeks for manufacturing and shipping.

Originally An extremely rare calendar topper from 1908 est. This image advertises it all for shoe & boot dressing. Since 1832 Masons leather Blacking was the preservation/preparation to have. But at the turn of the century white shoes were gaining popularity. So the Philadelphia Lithograph Company, Bertram – Bryan, gave Mason’s a Calendar with a little humor to advertise their products.

Each tin sign is designed and made in the United States using 24 gauge American steel and a process known as sublimation, where the image is baked into a powder coating for a durable and long lasting finish. A vintaging process is then performed by hand to give these signs an aged look and feel. Each sign is drilled and riveted for easy hanging. All you need is 2 nails and a hammer!

Based on actual barber shop and shoeshine imagery.

Weighs approximately: 2 pounds