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Early 1900s Coney Island Subway Sign

Early 1900s Coney Island Subway Sign

Magnificent 72x28” porcelain sign is one of the most definitive pieces from this bygone amusement haven of Brooklyn, USA. Baked porcelain on metal its flow blue color reminisces to the days of the Cyclone, the Steeplechase and Luna Park. Reading “Coney Island Stillwell Avenue Exit” with masculine arrow, this was located at the foot of the original Nathan’s. Memory Lane never tasted like a Nathan’s hot dog. Minor chipping to the edges of the porcelain but in overall splendid condition with the colors as vibrant as the day it was born.


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