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Vintage 1982 Duncan Enterprises Handpainted Norman Rockwell Dealer Sign / Advertising

Vintage 1982 Duncan Enterprises Handpainted Norman Rockwell Dealer Sign / Advertising

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  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Material: Ceramic
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Vintage 1982 Duncan Enterprises Norman Rockwell Advertising Display/ Famed Illustrator for The Saturday Evening Post.

Sign would have been set up in a store to promote Duncan Enterprises who was an authorized manufacturer of Norman Rockwell Memorabilia.

Piece represents the drawing titled " No Peeking "

Sign is cast Ceramic and is handpainted. It measures 11 by 7 inches. It stood for display, however it has a small cast hole that could be used to hang display.

This item differs from others that I have even, in that the artist added the date that this original drawing was featured in the Saturday Evening Post, June 15, 1929.

Advertising sign in excellent vintage condition with no chips or cracks. Painting detail is very good.

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