39 West Street Litchfield, CT 08759 , United States Call Seller 860.567.9693


Trade Sign: Mrs. L.M. Crosswell, Millinery and Fancy Goods

$ 15,500
  • Description
    The tailor shop was located in Farmington Falls, Maine and owned by a woman named Lizzie during the late 19th to about 1910. Her family owned and operated the General Store in Farmington, Maine for several generations. The sign was originally found in the rafters of her shop and it appears it was never hung. There is no evidence of any hardware that would have been used to hang or mount the sign.
  • More Information
    Origin: United States, Maine
    Period: 19th Century
    Materials: Pine and prepared surface, paint, gilt and silver highlights.
    Condition: Excellent. Virtually in untouched condition, minor losses.
    Creation Date: New England, Maine, late 19th century.
    Styles / Movements: Folk Art, Americana, Traditional
    Dealer Reference #: FA-SO 023
    Incollect Reference #: 122035
  • Dimensions
    W. 96.25 in; H. 19 in;
    W. 244.48 cm; H. 48.26 cm;
Message from Seller:

Jeffrey Tillou Antiques was established in 1992. The three story historic building located “on the green” in Litchfield, features an extensive inventory of Americana from the 18th and early 19th centuries. Here you will find an extraordinary collection of furniture, folk art, weathervanes, sculpture, Oriental carpets, and related decorative pieces as well as distinctive European furniture and original works of art.

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