Dekalb Seed Corn Tin Litho Wind Vane Advertising Sign
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Dekalb Seed Corn Tin Litho Wind Vane Advertising Sign Picture and Description:
A nice vintage tin lithographed Dekalb Seed Corn flying ear of corn advertising tin sign. This weather vane style die cut advertising seed sign is two sided and would have been attached to a fence post or pole and moved when the wind blew. This vintage metal sign would have been an advertising premium or give away from Dekalb Seed and their distributors, probably in the late 1940's or early 1950's. The agricultural advertising sign features a tin lithograph of an ear of seed corn with a pair of green "wings" and the word Dekalb printed across the corn kernels. This colorful seed company advertising sign is in good to very good condition. Some light oxidation and a little litho loss. One of the wings has a slight bend. One side of the farm product advertising sign is slightly nicer than the other side. This graphic sign is about 17 7/8 inches long and about 8 1/2 inches tall to the top of the wings. The total height with the original attaching rod is about 22 1/2 inches. The swivel mechanism and the metal brace are in fine working condition. The sign would make a nice addition to a farm or agriculture advertising, seed company advertising, advertising sign, or weathervane collection. Buyer pays $9.85 shipping.