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Eliphalet Chapin (wood work), Bissell’s Inn post-and-rail sign, South Windsor, ca. 1777 – Connecticut Historical Society, Morgan B. Brainard Collection and Connecticut History Online ~ETS

very simple design - 4s are the balances that exist in nature, so this wants to maintain it. shape indicates air or water; so possibly the painter was worried about extreme storms - TLM

Basque symbols - are the balances that exist in nature, so this wants to maintain it. shape indicates air or water; so possibly the painter was worried about extreme storms - TLM

One of the most frequent demands of artisan painters in the late 18th and early 19th century was for all manner of signs for the varied bus...

American Folk Art @ Cooperstown: Taverns Signs: When Good Enough is a Masterpiece

Fairytale Style and Inspiration...

Carved and Painted "Raven & Ring" Tavern Sign, century, fully carved raven and ring motifs, with incised lettering on the shaped double-sided sign, old paint and gilding.

Sign for Carter's Inn, c. 1823 (Side 1); J Carter, Connecticut Tavern Sign; Walker's Colonial American Sign Company; colonialamericansigncompany.com - Vintage sign, tavern sign, antique sign, vintage, American, colonial American, reproduction, tavern, circa 1820, museum quality, colonial American sign company, lions eagles bulls, early American

Sign for Carter's Inn, c. 1823 (Side 1); J Carter, Connecticut Tavern Sign; Walker's Colonial American Sign Company; colonialamericansigncompany.com - Vintage sign, tavern sign, antique sign, vintage, American, colonial American, reproduction, tavern, circa 1820, museum quality, colonial American sign company, lions eagles bulls, early American

Attributed to Rufus Porter, Hatmaker's trade sign for Edward Hall, Randolph, Massachusetts, circa 1830

Attributed to Rufus Porter Hatmaker's trade sign for Edward Hall Randolph, Massachusetts, circa 1830 Private collection

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