That stunning BP sign on fleabay
Last Post 03 Apr 2010 10:34 PM by Advertising Antiques Ltd. 7 Replies.
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29 Mar 2010 10:14 PM  

Anyone on here win that beaut? Kept on eye on it, but went for more than my piggybank had in it.

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29 Mar 2010 10:40 PM  

I couldn't believe that price. Even in great condition it's not an uncommon sign? Anybody want to buy my machine gunned example for half that??

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29 Mar 2010 11:12 PM  
Thats the thing though, lots of battle damaged ones about, this was almost mint and looked nice reflective enamel . . . next time!
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30 Mar 2010 10:28 AM  

 Anyone got a pic?

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30 Mar 2010 02:23 PM  

If you can wait until tonight I'll copy it across onto the forum site at home. I think the gloss shine certainly attracted the bids like wasps around a jam jar on this 5' x 3' version. It was a private listing so the winner may never be traced ?

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30 Mar 2010 08:53 PM  

Here's the link:

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/OLD-VINTAGE-B...3cab639d6e

It may be nice and glossy, but it certainly seems a huge amount of money to me!

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31 Mar 2010 07:22 PM  

I have to say I am not a ' petrolhead '  although i have and like some motoring signs.

But like Sign-seeker it seems a massive amount to me,  and actually when you look closely, lots of gloss but quite along way from being mint !

Still if the price was ' real ' ? and the buyer happy who am i to argue...........Not for me though.

 

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03 Apr 2010 10:34 PM  

I sold a load last year for £150 a piece in this condition. Gutted!!!!

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