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"Bleeker Street" Black Porcelain New York City Subway Sign

"Bleeker Street" Black Porcelain New York City Subway Sign

Authentic NYC artifact was the location of the great rock clubs of Greenwich Village including Folk City, where Bob Dylan debuted, to the Village Gate and even represents the neighborhood of the Bottom Line, where Bruce Springsteen broke the glass ceiling. This round pillar sign wrapped around the underground posts that you likely leaned on more than once if you're a denizen of the subways. Greenwich Village's most iconic street, it shows nice use and is the perfect display piece for the hippie or rocker in all of us. Measuring at 13.5x12", this marvelous piece of Urban Art represents the Haight-Ashbury of the East.

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