Antique C. 1900 Dutchess Trousers Point-of-Sale Sign

Industrial Artifacts

Antique C. 1900 Dutchess Trousers Point-of-Sale Sign
  • Antique C. 1900 Dutchess Trousers Point-of-Sale Sign
  • Antique C. 1900 Dutchess Trousers Point-of-Sale Sign
  • Antique C. 1900 Dutchess Trousers Point-of-Sale Sign
  • Antique C. 1900 Dutchess Trousers Point-of-Sale Sign
  • $575.00

This antique point of sale sign was produced by Dutchess Trousers c. 1900. The tin sign is mounted to a wooden stand, which likely would have been displayed on a countertop near a registry. The sign measures 10.5" x 3" x 5".

The trouser company was created by J. Frank Hull in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. These trousers were created for the working man and were touted as being long-lasting and of high quality -- hence the company guarantee slogan of "10 cents a button; $1 a rip."

AB - 5/25/21 - 103539

 

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