Vintage Standard Air Lines Metal Advertising Sign

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A vintage circa 1950s circular enamelled tin metal advertising sign for Standard Air Lines.  In worn vintage condition as illustrated in the images. In 1929 it merged with Western Air Express as Transcontinental & Western Air. I am making an educated guess that this sign dates to the fifties and not as early as the 1920s but feel free to correct me if I am wrong.  There are two holes on either side to screw it to a wall.

Sourced from Wikipedia: Standard Air Lines was an airline founded by Jack Frye, Paul E. Richter and Walter A. Hamilton in 1927. The three had founded Aero Corporation of California in 1926 in Los Angeles and Standard was made a subsidiary of Aero in 1927.  Its headquarters were at Long Beach Municipal Airport in Long Beach, California.

Dimensions: Diameter 59cm Depth: 1mm

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