|Object Name||Sign, Trade|
|Description||Carved wooden bull's or steer's head used as a trade sign for a butcher's shop. The carving is hollow; it is painted brown with yellow and black markings. The horns are made from real horns. The head is attached to a wooden backboard with a scrolled design. Sign measures 33 inches high x 31 inches wide x 22 inches deep.|
|Acquisition||From the Iamonte Family|
|Ownership and History||
This sign was used at the butcher shop of August Anselm on Broad Street in Stapleton, Staten Island, New York.
|Lexicon Sub-category||Advertising Medium|
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