Item #: DROL968
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Up for auction is a rare original DAVID P EHRLICH PIPEMAKERS STOREFRONT HANGING SIGN SINCE 1868". It's been in storage for over 49 years and is in GOOD condition with some rust and scuffing still very solid. See photos. There has been no restoration to the sign.The sign measures 27" x 50" weighs approx 30-pounds. PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING TO YOUR DOOR IN LOWER 48 US

The David P. Ehrlich story

Pipemakers and Tobacconists for a Hundred Years, 1868-1968.

The David P. Ehrlich Company has remained solely in the hands of one family during its century of business, yet it has had several firm names and locations. David P. Ehrlich went to work in 1881 at the age of twenty for Ferdinand Abraham, who dealt in cigars and tobacco and who had begun business in 1868 at 1188 Washington Street in the South End, but in 1880 moved to the center of the city, where the firm has been ever since. David Ehrlich married the boss's daughter. In 1916 the name became the David P. Ehrlich Company and Mr. Ehrlich devoted the rest of his life to this business. Since David's death in 1912 it has been owned by - his nieces and nephews including Richard A. and William Ehrlich.
Shipping Weight: 0.25 lb
Your Price $950.00 USD

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