Late 19th century English tin lithographed shop display price signs. These Victorian-era signs were used to mark grocery store goods at the point of sale. They're two pronged shield-shaped signs with the printed "Durable" trademark still discernable along the back edge of a couple of the signs. They're in fair/good antique condition with typical wear that is commensurate with their age and function (as shown). Each measures 6 ¾"wide and 6 ¼" high.