Collectible Tin Signs

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Collectible Tin Signs

Collectible tin signs are a favorite among folks who appreciate the nostalgia and durability of metal and tin signs. Far from the ephemeral nature of other advertising media, tin signs have stood the test of time and collecting tin signs is as popular as ever. Whether you enjoy collecting genuine vintage tin signs or quality reproductions of metal and tin signs, Collectible Tin Signs.Com offers a great selection of quality tin sign reproductions in a wide variety of sizes and themes.

Reproductions of famous tin signs can be found almost everywhere. Even though they are not true antiques, quality reproductions of collectible metal and tin signs are a great way to accent the decorating theme of your home or business. High quality reproductions of collectible tin signs will have the look and feel of vintage tin signs. So whether you are shopping for tin signs displaying an old time advertising message, humorous or decorative theme, Collectible Tin Signs.Com has just the sign for you.

Before the days of television and even radio, advertising signs were used by bar owners and merchants to market their products and services. Many of those unique messages have been forever captured on vintage collectible tin signs. Whether a tin sign is truly a vintage collectible or a fine quality reproduction, collecting vintage tin signs has never been more popular. For anyone interested in nostalgic collectible tin signs, there are dozens are of choices available to satisfy most every area of interest with dozens of themes.

Vintage metal and tin signs have proven to be quite durable, often outlasting the products or companies they were intended to promote. Most metal and tin signs were painted using enamels paints. High quality metal signs often used a porcelain overcoat. Old tin signs that show signs of rust should never be refinished, even though signs in better condition are worth more. A little rust may devalue the sign just a bit, but the nostalgic value is priceless. As with any antique or collectible, a savvy collector must be able to tell the difference between a genuine vintage tin sign and a reproduction.