Vintage Early 20th Century Wooden Trade Sign

A "victualler" is defined as one who supplies prepared foods or provisions. We would guess that Mssrs Piscarczyk and Kut operated a pub or restaurant in the early 20th century. We suspect they were Polish immigrants and their establishment was in the metropolitan New York area.

The sign is pine and measures 7" tall by 44 1/2" long and 3/4" thick. It is nicely painted in gold and black on green. The surface is original and in very good condition. There is some slight paint loss and two holes in the bottom corners where it was attached to a wall.

Now tell us the last time you saw a trade sign with the word "victualler"? A great gift for today's restaurant owner or caterer.

Item ID: FR0308

$1,250 USD

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