trade sign

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The trade signs (and they were almost as many as the shops) were, all, grim illustrations of Want.
There are a few icons in the collection that I wanted to be on the checklist--pieces that haven't traveled or haven't traveled in a very long time: the Tammany weathervane, the man on a bicycle trade sign, pieces that are monumental in scale, or are so unique that you want them to be a part of the show," said Stacy Hollander, chief curator and director of exhibitions at the American Folk Art Museum.
At 87cm long it was probably a fishmonger's trade sign from Scotland.
Enwar Hussein Fettah, aged 38, of Cheveral Avenue, Radford, Coventry, possession of 11 packets of 20 cigarettes and 27 pairs of training shoes, with packaging bearing a sign similar to a registered trade sign with a view to selling the said goods, and possessing, for supply, packets of cigarettes which did not meet a warnings requirement, fined pounds 2,400.
00 items, we also uncovered a trade sign selling for $24,000, American Indian rugs selling for $50,000, and other real treasures.
For instance, the optician's trade sign of a huge pair of spectacles in F.
These rules achieve the objectives the department yearns for and unify all trade signs as per the highest quality standards.
Some merchants rely on the street vendors to distribute brochures to bystanders on the streets or to put brochures near huge trade signs.
These enterprises have come to propose the right of use of their brand names and trade signs to a designated and franchised natural person or a legal entity, that would distribute products of this trade mark or services in return for a fee.
Rugs Direct UK Ltd, of Gateshead's Team Valley trading estate was fined pounds 8,000 for flyposting and putting up illegal advertisements and trade signs by the roadside without planning permission.