One of the most popular collectibles are the old gas signs of yester year and the Vintage Conoco gas sign is a favorite. In the early 1900’s there were not many gas stations around and were mostly found in the big cities. When automobiles became more commonplace, more gas stations were built beyond the limits of the city.
In the 1910’s the gas market became more competitive and advertising for gas products grew in popularity. Various signs would appear in grocery stores and gas stations advertising their product. These signs were mostly made of tin, sheet steel or baked enamel. The Vintage Conoco Gas Sign will take you back to a simpler way of life.
These signs are a hot commodity in the collectible industry.