Paul Kelly Antiques
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Early 1900s Dyola Dye company cabinet with original interior back instruction posted to the Dyola dealer. 16.5x13.75x8.5
Original Hotel No Vacancy sign with fine weathered look. Metal sliders are available to cover the No part of the sign to advertise your Vacancy. 34”L x 6”w
Early 1900s Hats Blocked Sign in Glass and Metal. Can be hung or stands up like a picture frame. 12”L x 5.25”W
a unique, hand-painted, gilded toleware mail or to-do list holder. Mid-19th Century. 17x 3.25
18th century dome top document box which has been known to be used by the military to store personal effects. A similar example can be seen on Page 81 of the Collector’s Illustrated Encyclopedia of American Revolution. While its former hide is long going it has been lovingly restored to its current beauty.
Early 1900s Guests signs in original weathered condition. This came out of a former polo establishment in lower Fairfield County Connecticut. 32” x 23”
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