Vintage GE Safety Sign Do Not Use Broken Equipment Hand Painted Masonite Sign

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Vintage GE Safety Sign Do Not Use Broken Equipment Hand Painted Masonite Sign
  • Vintage GE Safety Sign Do Not Use Broken Equipment Hand Painted Masonite Sign
  • Vintage GE Safety Sign Do Not Use Broken Equipment Hand Painted Masonite Sign
  • Vintage GE Safety Sign Do Not Use Broken Equipment Hand Painted Masonite Sign
  • Vintage GE Safety Sign Do Not Use Broken Equipment Hand Painted Masonite Sign
  • Vintage GE Safety Sign Do Not Use Broken Equipment Hand Painted Masonite Sign
  • Vintage GE Safety Sign Do Not Use Broken Equipment Hand Painted Masonite Sign
  • $149.99
This vintage hand painted safety sign comes from the General Electric DeKalb Motors Plant in Dekalb, Illinois. The sign measures 36" x 36" and weighs about 11 1/2 pounds. It is custom painted on masonite board, possibly made in the 1960s. This sign shows shows a few pieces of broken work equipment, and is cautioning employees to not use any broken equipment. There is some yellow discoloration towards the bottom of the sign, as noted in the photos. The comical artwork of the sign helps make it very unique. It would make an excellent addition to any advertising collection, or for use in any workshop. Please take a close look at all of the photos.



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