Vintage painted wooden Burma-Shave sign fragment, c. 1920s. The sign had been cut down to make a barn shelf, now trimmed to “Shave.” The reverse side has most of a “Burma.” Strings of Burma-Shave signs famously lined American highways in the 1920s and ’30s, spelling out catchy and humorous slogans to sell the iconic shaving cream. A good reminder to hang by the bathroom sink for that stubbled man in your household.
19 inches wide
11 inches tall
1 inch deep
Good condition, bright paint, obviously not a complete sign and found sign fragment.
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