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What is the approximate value of a reverse glass train staion waiting room sign that says Colored Waiting Room East St Louis?

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2012-06-05 23:45:53
2012-06-05 23:45:53

I was also wondering about the same, and according to the railroad they never made any glass signs. So any glass signs are fakes. Kinda hard to believe they were making fake signs in the late sixties when the one I know of was purchased

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