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1950s Thoroughbred Horse Racing Stable Tin Sign

1950s Thoroughbred Horse Racing Stable Tin Sign

The greatest fear of any stable owner is that of fire. This tin warning sign from the 1950s is vivid in its imagery and message, with "PREVENT FIRE" dominating the upper right corner and horses seemingly ablaze in the upper-left. The message lists 12 fire rules for trainers and stable hands, as presented by Clifford W. Wickman, the Thoroughbred Racing Protective Bureau representative whose name and agency appear in the lower-right. The sign measures 23.5x17.5" and is in VG condition with some dents, rust spots on the edges and holes in each corner from its original posting.

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