Tins Signs Advertising
Tins Signs Advertising Americana photography. Old advertising signs, old kitchen tins & additional vintage and rusty, dusty & old stuff I find.
Oh, snap! Here I go again. I am playing around and rearranging my buddies tins. It is like building blocks for people that see the beauty in them. They just fit together so nicely. These Americana kitchen tins feature early artwork. They advertise and carry symbols of American culture.
Coca-Cola Building Sign
A Coca-Cola advertising sign that was painted on the side of an old brick building in a small town in Wisconsin. I’d tell you where but it was a gas station stop and I didn’t write it down.
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An old metal Pepsi-Cola sign. Oh, that paint peel! Sure don’t make them like this any longer.
Aren Beverage Company bottled all their beverages with Wisconsin spring water.
Fire Chief Gas Pump
Old Fire Chief gas pump. As with any of my photography, you can purchase this as a print or card at a very reasonable price.
I remember going and picking up crates of bottled soda as a little girl at a warehouse store in Green Bay. Why does a bottle of soda sound good right about now?
Old Kitchen Tins
Sometimes, I seriously believe I was born in the wrong time period. All my loves are of things from decades that have passed me by.
Vintage Egg Scale
This scale was once used to sort eggs sizes. Small, Medium, Large and Extra Large; eggs.
Enamel Crown Sign
Respect to the enamel signs…getting harder to find them.
Major tin collecting going on at someone’s property I know. He collects the tins, I collect the pictures of his tins.
I love spending a day re-arranging all his “stuff”. Thankful to be able to play around and create some rather neat shots.
Stoneware bowls are my favorite. My cupboards will tell you that…
Campfire marshmallow tin from the Campfire Company out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Where old signs go to die. Literally, a busload of old road signs.
Cherry Capital of the World
Door County, WI was once known as the cherry capital of the world.
Vintage Automotive Cans
Building blocks for can collectors.
Vintage Metal Kitchen Tins
Vintage kitchen tins are the bomb. I love ’em.
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