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Vintage Authentic Original Porcelain Reflector Sign Los Angeles CA 18×18

Vintage Authentic Original Porcelain Reflector Sign Los Angeles CA 18x18
Vintage Authentic Original Porcelain Reflector Sign Los Angeles CA 18x18
Vintage Authentic Original Porcelain Reflector Sign Los Angeles CA 18x18
Vintage Authentic Original Porcelain Reflector Sign Los Angeles CA 18x18
Vintage Authentic Original Porcelain Reflector Sign Los Angeles CA 18x18
Vintage Authentic Original Porcelain Reflector Sign Los Angeles CA 18x18

Vintage Authentic Original Porcelain Reflector Sign Los Angeles CA 18x18
Up for sale is this beautiful mid century 9 position porcelain reflector sign. It measures 18″ x 18″ and weighs over 6 lbs. It’s stamped Los Angeles County on the back and as you can see in very good vintage condition. These old reflector signs are getting more and more difficult to find. Guaranteed to be an authentic original. AS ALWAYS, ANTHONY’S JUNK AND FUNK OFFERS THE BEST PRICES ON THE INTERWEB! I always try to describe every item as accurately as possible. If you have any questions please feel free to give me a call. Contact number is in profile. Don’t forget to check out all the other cool items we have for sale.
Vintage Authentic Original Porcelain Reflector Sign Los Angeles CA 18x18
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2 Tickets Los Angeles Angels @ Oakland Athletics 7/2/24 Oakland, CA

2 Tickets Los Angeles Angels @ Oakland Athletics 7/2/24 Oakland, CA
2 Tickets Los Angeles Angels @ Oakland Athletics 7/2/24 Oakland, CA
2 Tickets Los Angeles Angels @ Oakland Athletics 7/2/24 Oakland, CA

2 Tickets Los Angeles Angels @ Oakland Athletics 7/2/24 Oakland, CA
Listing is for 2 tickets to Oakland Athletics vs. Los Angeles Angels at Oakland Coliseum on 7/02/2024. Price listed is all-in for the group of tickets. Seats are in Section 106, Row 1. Seats are guaranteed to be side-by-side. Must have smart device on hand to enter event. Do not print these tickets. These are digital tickets. Don’t be fooled by other web sites that show you one price and then raise it by as much as 50% when you check out. Will my tickets work? We take pains to make sure we only accept ticket listings from trusted partners. They will be for the section/row indicated, and will work at the venue. Will you take “X” for them? Our prices are set by those listing tickets for sale with us, so we can only move prices up or down in the event that the asking price moves up or down. Market prices fluctuate as events approach, and our prices will reflect those changes. If you’re looking for a specific price, let us know and we can let you know what we have in our inventory that fits the bill! What are the seat numbers? Seat numbers aren’t generally available to us – we have a LOT of tickets available to most events, and often there are more than two together in a row. Our system pulls tickets in a way that avoids leaving any singles behind unless absolutely necessary. So, generally speaking, even we don’t know what two tickets will come with an order until the order is made. How can I trust that you’re legit? Are these hard tickets? No-these are digital tickets. Most venues have begun issuing tickets in mobile-only formats, and unfortunately we have no say in the format which the tickets are delivered. What about GA tickets? Lots of events have general admission sections these days – from lawn seats to pit seats, to entire venues that are first-come, first-served. I have tickets to sell. Can you match it? All sales are final on ticket orders. If an event is rescheduled/postponed, the tickets will be valid on the new date of the event. The ONLY exception to this policy is if an event is cancelled without a reschedule date. I bought tickets and can’t go to the event. The only exception to this is if an event is cancelled without being rescheduled. I bought tickets by mistake and need to cancel my order. Can I do that?
2 Tickets Los Angeles Angels @ Oakland Athletics 7/2/24 Oakland, CA
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RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L’Allemand

RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand

RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
This is a historically significant and Very RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Woodcut Print on Rice Paper, by early Los Angeles, California journalist, photographer, writer, illustrator, and artist, Gordon Lynn L’Allemand “Allemand” 1903 – 1974. There are limited sources of information on this artist, but perhaps you know more about him or his work? This piece depicts the shadowy silhouette of a Chinese man with a flatcap, smoking a cigarette in an open doorway. Across the alley, several shady characters, and a small child stand in the entryway of a Los Angeles Chinatown Tong clubhouse. In American Chinatowns, Tongs were essentially secret societies or brotherhoods created by Chinese immigrants, which promoted and maintained order and settled community disputes among the minority Chinese population. During the 1930’s, they were often associated with crime, such as prostitution, bootlegging, and operating opium dens. This piece is titled in graphite: “Tong Lookout Chinatown, ” at the lower left edge, and signed: “Gordon L’Allemand” in graphite at the lower right edge. Additionally, there is an annotation in graphite underneath the signature which reads: To Warren from Gordon, Best Wishes. Approximately 13 x 17 inches including frame. Actual artwork is approximately 9 1/2 x 12 5/8 inches. Very good condition for nearly a century of age, and the fragile nature of the rice paper, with expected age-related toning, mild creasing at the edges, and some light discoloration please see photos carefully. Acquired from an old collection in Los Angeles, California. This is the first original artwork by L’Allemand to ever be offered for sale since the invention of the Internet. This early artistic representation of the Los Angeles historic Chinatown is Priced to Sell. If you like what you see, I encourage you to make an Offer. Please check out my other listings for more wonderful and unique artworks! Gordon Lynn L’Allemand. 1903 – Bowling Green, Kentucky. 1974 – San Luis Obispo, California. Born in Bowling Green, KY on April 2, 1903. By the 1920s L’Allemand had settled in Los Angeles and was a pupil of J. He wrote articles for the Times and was the author-illustrator of several books including You Can Grow Dwarf Trees and Pageantry On The Mesa. His subjects include still lifes, figure studies, scenes of Los Angeles, and portraits. He died in San Luis Obispo, CA on Oct. Exh: Laguna Beach AA, 1930; LACMA, 1930 (solo), 1931 (prize); Calif. Art Club, 1930-31; Painters & Sculptors of LA, 1931-37; Bullocks (LA), 1932; Calif. State Fair, 1937; All Calif. Source: Nancy Dustin Moure, Publications in California Art No. Like other major Chinatowns across the country, Old Chinatown had long been represented as a world of underground passages and secret rooms. A 1930 Los Angeles Times article described the community in this way, Tong wars, murders, dope raids, hop-house scandals, white and yellow slavery, underground tunnels, secret trap doors; all have been here. Outside in the streets old men bask lazily in the sunshine and life is peaceful to the eye, but behind barred doors one feels that mystery is eternally seething. 71 In popular articles like these, Old Chinatown was depicted as being not just unseen but unseeable to the eyes of the city’s white population. The stories of underground tunnels reflected broader fears that many whites held of Chinatown and Chinese people somehow being invisible to police and government power. In this way, Old Chinatown was represented as existing outside the legal and juridical boundaries that defined so much of the rest of the city. Indeed one might argue that the idea of being seen or seeable to the broader white population correlated directly with popular perceptions of the perceived governability of the residents of the community. The notion that Chinatown was ridden with tunnels and secret passages reflected dominant fears that the neighborhood’s residents not only could not be seen by the state, the police, or by the white power structure but also that they could not be governed in the same way. Gordon L’Allemand, ” Old Chinatown, ” Los Angeles Times, October 5, 1930, K8.
RARE Antique American WPA Social Realism Print, Chinatown 1932 L'Allemand
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1855 US Coast Survey & Bache Antique Map Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, California

1855 US Coast Survey & Bache Antique Map Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, California
1855 US Coast Survey & Bache Antique Map Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, California

1855 US Coast Survey & Bache Antique Map Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, California
US Coast Survey A D Bache Super. Prelimanary Survey of San Pedro Anchorage and Vicinty of Santa Barbara California…. Coast Survey (Office of Coast Survey). 16 1/2in x 10n (405mm x 255mm). (A+) Fine Condition. This rare, original antique lithograph early maps of Santa Barbara and San Pedro (Los Angeles), California, by Alexander Dallas Bache (great-grandson of Benjamin Franklin) in 1856 – dated – was published by the official chart-maker of the United States, the office of The US Coast Survey. The Office of the Coast Survey, founded in 1807 by President Thomas Jefferson and Secretary of Commerce Albert Gallatin, is the oldest scientific organization in the U. Jefferson created the Survey of the Coast, as it was then called, in response to a need for accurate navigational charts of the new nation\’s coasts and harbors. Paper thickness and quality: – Heavy and stable Paper color : – off white Age of map color: – Colors used: – General color appearance: – Paper size: – 16 1/2in x 10n (405mm x 255mm) Plate size: – 16 1/2in x 10n (405mm x 255mm) Margins: – Min 1/2in (12mm). Margins: – None Plate area: – Folds as issued Verso: – Some folds re-enforced with archival tape. Background: An uncommon example of the 1855 U. Coast Survey nautical chart or maritime map of Santa Barbara and San Pedro (Los Angeles), California. Essentially two maps on a single sheet, the left hand map details the stretch of land that would evolve into the city of Santa Barbara. When the Coast Survey issued this map Santa Barbara was, for all intent and purposes, uninhabited. The right hand map focuses on Point Fermin and the San Pedro Anchorage. When this map was issued the mission and landing at San Pedro had been established, as had the Los Angeles Mission further north. Today the modern city of Los Angeles incorporates this entire area. As a nautical map it further includes countless depth soundings (in feet) and a wealth of practical information for the mariner. The triangulation for this map was completed by G. The topography is the word of A. The hydrography was accomplished by a team under the command of J. The whole was compiled under the direction of A. Bache, one of the U. Coast Survey\’s most influential and prolific superintendents, for issue in the 1855 annual report to Congress. Coast Survey (Office of Coast Survey) The Office of Coast Survey is the official chart-maker of the United States. Set up in 1807, it is one of the U. Governments oldest scientific organizations. In 1878 it was given the name of Coast and Geodetic Survey (C&GS). In 1970 it became part of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The agency was established in 1807 when President Thomas Jefferson signed the document entitled An act to provide for surveying the coasts of the United States. While the bills objective was specific-to produce nautical charts-it reflected larger issues of concern to the new nation: national boundaries, commerce, and defence. The early years were difficult. Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler, who was eventually to become the agencys first superintendent, went to England to collect scientific instruments but was unable to return through the duration of the War of 1812. After his return, he worked on a survey of the New York Harbor in 1817, but Congress stepped in to suspend the work because of tensions between civilian and military control of the agency. After several years under the control of the U. Army, the Survey of the Coast was reestablished in 1832, and President Andrew Jackson appointed Hassler as superintendent. In general, army officers worked on topographic surveys on the land and maps based on the surveys, while navy officers worked on hydrographic surveys in coastal waters. Alexander Dallas Bache, great-grandson of Benjamin Franklin, was the second Coast Survey superintendent. Bache was a physicist, scientist, and surveyor who established the first magnetic observatory and served as the first president of the National Academy of Sciences. Under Bache, Coast Survey quickly applied its resources to the Union cause during the Civil War. In addition to setting up additional lithographic presses to produce the thousands of charts required by the Navy and other vessels, Bache made a critical decision to send Coast Survey parties to work with blockading squadrons and armies in the field, producing hundreds of maps and charts. Bache detailed these activities in his annual reports to Congress. Coast Survey cartographer Edwin Hergesheimer created the map showing the density of the slave population in the Southern states. Bache was also one of four members of the governments Blockade Strategy Board, planning strategy to essentially strangle the South, economically and militarily. On April 16, 1861, President Lincoln issued a proclamation declaring the blockade of ports from South Carolina to Texas. Baches Notes on the Coast provided valuable information for Union naval forces. Maps were of paramount importance in wartime: It is certain that accurate maps must form the basis of well-conducted military operations, and that the best time to procure them is not when an attack is impending, or when the army waits, but when there is no hindrance to, or pressure upon, the surveyors. That no coast can be effectively attacked, defended, or blockaded without accurate maps and charts, has been fully proved by the events of the last two years, if, indeed, such a proposition required practical proof. ? Alexander Dallas Bache, 1862 report. Coast Survey attracted some of the best and brightest scientists and naturalists. It commissioned the naturalist Louis Agassiz to conduct the first scientific study of the Florida reef system. James McNeill Whistler, who went on to paint the iconic Whistlers Mother, was a Coast Survey engraver. The naturalist John Muir was a guide and artist on Survey of the 39th Parallel across the Great Basin of Nevada and Utah. The agencys men and women (women professionals were hired as early as 1845) led scientific and engineering activities through the decades. In 1926, they started production of aeronautical charts. During the height of the Great Depression, Coast and Geodetic Survey organized surveying parties and field offices that employed over 10,000 people, including many out-of-work engineers. In World War II, C&GS sent over 1,000 civilian members and more than half of its commissioned officers to serve as hydrographers, artillery surveyors, cartographers, army engineers, intelligence officers, and geophysicists in all theaters of the war. Civilians on the home front produced over 100 million maps and charts for the Allied Forces. Eleven members of the C&GS gave their lives during the war. Alexander Dallas Bache 1806 – 1867 was an American physicist, scientist, and surveyor who erected coastal fortifications and conducted a detailed survey to map the mid-eastern United States coastline. Originally an army engineer, he later became Superintendent of the U. Coast Survey, and built it into the foremost scientific institution in the country before the Civil War. Alexander Bache was born in Philadelphia, the son of Richard Bache, Jr. And Sophia Burrell Dallas Bache. He came from a prominent family as he was the nephew of Vice-President George M. Dallas and naval hero Alexander J. He was the grandson of Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Dallas and was the great-grandson of Benjamin Franklin. Bache was a professor of natural philosophy and chemistry at the University of Pennsylvania from 1828 to 1841 and again from 1842 to 1843. Abroad, he examined European education systems, and on his return he published a valuable report. From 1839 to 1842, he served as the first president of Central High School of Philadelphia, one of the oldest public high schools in the United States. In 1843, on the death of Professor Ferdinand Rudolph Hassler, Bache was appointed superintendent of the United States Coast Survey. He convinced the United States Congress of the value of this work and, by means of the liberal aid it granted, he completed the mapping of the whole coast by a skillful division of labor and the erection of numerous observing stations. In addition, magnetic and meteorological data were collected. Bache served as head of the Coast Survey for 24 years (until his death). Please note all items auctioned are genuine, we do not sell reproductions. A Certificate of Authenticity (COA) can be issued on request. What is an Antique Map. The word Antique in the traditional sense refers to an item that is more than a hundred years old. The majority of antique maps for sale today come from books or atlases and have survived due to the protection offered by the hardback covers. The first thing to determine when staring a collection or purchasing an item, is what is important to you. Most collectors prefer to build their collections around a theme. You may decide to collect maps from one region or country, charting its development through time. Similarly you could collect maps of one particular period in time, by type i. Sea or celestial charts or by cartographer. The collector might also want to consider the theme of cartographical misconceptions such as California as an island or Australia as Terra Australis or the Great Southern Land. The subject is so wide that any would-be-collector has almost endless possibilities to find his own little niche within the field, and thereby build a rewarding collection. Starting a collection & pricing. Pricing is based on a number of different factors, the most important of which is regional. In any series of maps the most valuable are usually the World Map and the America/North America. The World because it is usually the most decorative and America because it has the strongest regional market. Other factors that come into play re: price is rarity, age, size, historical importance, decorative value (colour) and overall condition and quality of paper it is printed on. As specialised dealers, we frequently work with first time map buyers who are just starting their collection. Classical Images was founded 1998 and has built an excellent reputation for supplying high quality original antiquarian maps, historical atlases, antique books and prints. We carry an extensive inventory of antiquarian collectibles from the 15th to 19th century. Our collection typically includes rare books and decorative antique maps and prints by renowned cartographers, authors and engravers. Specific items not listed may be sourced on request. Classical Images adheres to the Codes of Ethics outlined by the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA). We are a primarily an online based enterprise, however our inventory may be viewed by appointment. Track Page Views With. 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1855 US Coast Survey & Bache Antique Map Santa Barbara, Los Angeles, California
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Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age

Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age
Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age
Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age
Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age
Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age
Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age
Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age
Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age

Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age
This book is an incredible jump back in time to Southern California at the turn of the 20th Century. Published by the Southern California Panama Exposition to tout San Diego, and Southern California, as the initial port for the newly built Panama Canal. The Exposition was basically a’local’ version of the World’s Fair and San Diego built numerous buildings all over San Diego, but mostly in and around Balboa Park Named before the Exposition started – previously it was called’City Park’. The 261 page book covers San Diego, Orange County, Los Angeles County, Riverside and San Bernadino. The binding is tight and secure with no loose pages and no markings anywhere on the book. There are hundreds of fantastic photos showing these areas before Southern California started booming. This is truly a collectors find!
Southern California Pictorial Guide 1914 Very Rare Great Condotion for Age
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LA COUNTY FD 1965 Crown Firecoach ENGINE 51 Fire Replicas 1/50 FR144-51 New

LA COUNTY FD 1965 Crown Firecoach ENGINE 51 Fire Replicas 1/50 FR144-51 New
LA COUNTY FD 1965 Crown Firecoach ENGINE 51 Fire Replicas 1/50 FR144-51 New
LA COUNTY FD 1965 Crown Firecoach ENGINE 51 Fire Replicas 1/50 FR144-51 New

LA COUNTY FD 1965 Crown Firecoach ENGINE 51 Fire Replicas 1/50 FR144-51 New
You are purchasing a spectacular multi-media factory assembled and finished model from Fire Replicas. THIS IS MODEL IS IN BRAND NEW CONDITION – Model & all packaging are in factory new condition. These are simply the best ever fire apparatus models. These are authentic to the prototype and feature crisp details and are composed of hundreds of parts. Check out their website to get an idea of what else they offer and to see additional photos. Comes fully assembled and in a high quality display case. This is the spectacular LA COUNTY FIRE FD 1965 Crown Firecoach ENGINE 51 (from the TV series Emergency) Fire Replicas 1/50 (FR144-51). Model is in brand new condition. Please note these are professionally built display models and are not designed to be played with. The Crown Jewel of your Emergency! The Original Engine 51. The museum grade series of L. County replicas continues with the 1965 Crown Firecoach Engine 51. Don’t miss your chance to add this precisely detailed replica to your collection. Hand-crafted, authentic and display ready. Engine 51 is hand-crafted and authentic down to the smallest of features, boasting over 400 intricate parts. This 1:50 scale masterpiece includes a fully-custom display case to protect and preserve the unit. LOS ANGELES COUNTY FIRE DEPARTMENT 1965 CROWN FIRECOACH ENGINE 51 SCALE MODEL SPECIFICATIONS. Multi-materials including High Def Resin, stainless steel photo etch metal, wire, rubber and other composites. Mounted inside high quality, custom display case featuring etched stainless steel I. Model Dimensions: 6.5″L x 2″W x 2.5T. Display Case Dimensions: 10″L x 5″W x 5T. The 1:50 scale model of the Los Angeles County 1965 Crown Firecoach Engine 51 was developed over 20 months. Each of the hundreds of intricately detailed parts were designed, cast or fabricated, painted, decorated, and trimmed… Then organized in small bins, ready for assembly. There is no substitute for the laborious tasks that each of the 35 skilled men and women perform. It is a sight to see as each team member patiently adheres each part to another, consistently analyzing the end result. As you scroll down the assembly pictures, take notice of the parts on each workstation and you will gain a greater appreciation for the process. And don’t forget to add this L. County Classic to your collection. MORE ABOUT THE SCALE MODEL. This Los Angeles County Engine 51 scale model is a museum grade replica of the 1965 Crown Firecoach Pumper. Like all Fire Replicas models, every detail is modeled to perfection and with razor sharp precision. The replica features the specific department configuration and graphics, leaving no detail overlooked. The display case is custom manufactured with high quality acrylic and resin. The stainless steel etched plate features the department and truck name, and department seal. This replica is a treasure to be displayed and admired and is in no way a toy. This is not a toy and not suitable for children under the age of 14. This highly detailed scale model contains small, intricate pieces that may present a choking hazard.
LA COUNTY FD 1965 Crown Firecoach ENGINE 51 Fire Replicas 1/50 FR144-51 New
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Roy Lichtenstein Los Angeles Original Vintage Poster

Roy Lichtenstein Los Angeles Original Vintage Poster
Roy Lichtenstein Los Angeles Original Vintage Poster
Roy Lichtenstein Los Angeles Original Vintage Poster
Roy Lichtenstein Los Angeles Original Vintage Poster
Roy Lichtenstein Los Angeles Original Vintage Poster
Roy Lichtenstein Los Angeles Original Vintage Poster

Roy Lichtenstein Los Angeles Original Vintage Poster
Year 1987 Poster Size 38.4 x 25.5/ 97.5 x 64.8cm Rolled/Folded/Other Rolled Art By Roy Lichtenstein Condition Mint Condition Notes None – item is in mint condition Original limited poster from the 1987 Roy Lichtenstein retrospective exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This beautiful and rare poster features the Pop Art legends piece from the same year “Cold Shoulder”. This beautiful piece is on heavy art supply cartridge paper, and the colours are extremely bright and vivid. The piece is in fantastic mint condition, and looks perfect framed. Framing Options Framed posters come with a timeless made to measure custom frame available in black, white or natural oak colour. Each frame is made from high quality solid oak and the artwork is framed with a surrounding white mount to make the poster stand out even more. The frame size is the size of the poster plus an additional 70mm on each side. Frames are packaged and securely padded in a purpose built reinforced cardboard box. Unframed posters are packaged and securely padded in a purpose built reinforced cardboard tube.
Roy Lichtenstein Los Angeles Original Vintage Poster
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Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023

Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023

Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
This limited edition silk screen print by Dmitri Cherniak features his iconic Ringers design, numbered out of 726. The colorful print measures 19.7 inches in length and height, and is signed by the artist. This piece would be a beautiful addition to any art collection, whether framed or unframed. The LACMA Iterations title references the Los Angeles County Museum of Art where Cherniak has exhibited his work. Own a piece of contemporary art history with this stunning and unique print.
Dmitri Cherniak Ringers #962 The LACMA Iterations SilkScreen Print, 2023
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California ACSC bear route 7 highway road sign auto club AAA Mojave Los Angeles

California ACSC bear route 7 highway road sign auto club AAA Mojave Los Angeles

California ACSC bear route 7 highway road sign auto club AAA Mojave Los Angeles
To maximize the chances your package will arrive before Christmas, please order BEFORE November 24. California state highway 7 route marker. Up for sale today is this California state route 7 sign. Made to the exact standards as used between 1934 and 1940 along this historic highway. Highway 7 is nowadays a near-obsolete number, being recycled to serve as a border crossing route east of Calexico, but historically it was the longest road in the entire state. As signed in 1934, the road came in from Oregon in Modoc County, and ended in Long Beach, before the US route system was extended and route 7 was replaced by US-395 in 1935 to Brady Junction in the Sierras, and then US-6 south of there all the way to Sepulveda Junction, just north of Los Angeles. This version of route 7 ran underneath what is currently the busiest road in Los Angeles: interstate 405. The number was later reused, between 1964 and 1981, for the Long Beach Freeway. An original of these, complete with either the circle logo of the Auto Club of Southern California, or the diamond logo logo of the California State Auto Association, would cost many thousands of dollars if it ever came to the market. I’ve seen precisely one example of a 1934 style bear route 7 shield, and it is not going anywhere. This is a high quality, heavy steel sign. Accept no imitations that may be one-third this price, but are one-tenth the quality. No cheap tin to be found here, with the wrong fonts, layouts, size, shape, or any other manner of embarrassing imperfection. This one will make even the most discerning collector stick their nose into the sign, as it looks that good from that close! Please do see my other listings for quality California US and state route markers! Would you like a number not seen here? Or perhaps a different style? I can of course make these signs with any route number of your choice, and not just this style, but older and newer ones, and even the classic mileage, direction, and city limit guide signs from the era. Anything you would like, made with unsurpassed quality right here in the good old US of A. Life doesn’t happen along the interstates. It’s against the law.
California ACSC bear route 7 highway road sign auto club AAA Mojave Los Angeles
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Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction

Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction

Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction
Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Post Paintery Abstraction. 1964 Published by LA COUNTY MUSEUM Binding: SPIRAL BLUE Size: 9.5X7 93 Pages Overall Condition is: VG Foxed and creased cover and back cover, bent corner of cover, foxed inpapers, blue spiral binding, contains BW plates, cover and title spread over three pages REF#:121602. We are happy to provide photos and additional information for SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY. Professional book dealer in Atlantic City with storefront since 1966. All orders are processed promptly and carefully packaged.
Los Angeles County Museum. Post Paintery Abstraction