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AN EARLY 20TH C. BRONZE MARQUEE WITH CUT BACK GLASS

17: AN EARLY 20TH C. BRONZE MARQUEE WITH CUT BACK GLASS

A good early 20th century (previously lighted) bronze frame marquee from the top of an 'INFORMATION' booth, as one would see in a Union Station for rail passengers, with glass panels of black glass cased on white and cut back for enhanced display effectiveness when back lit, one end retains a cast iron pilaster with scroll.
Measures 6 x 12 x 18 inches.
Very good condition, noting one frosted glass pane lying loose and with a corner chip, there may have been another iron end piece.
$400 - $600

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SOLD - $750

Sold Price does not include Buyer's Premium

in our Railroadiana Featuring Selections from the McHugh Collection sale

on Saturday, July 31st 2021