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Rare "Ilford Films" signage. Circa 1950

Luminaire Reference: 12_1307

Stunning original and rare 'Ilford Films' point of sale signage salvaged from the long standing Finley McKinlay's Chemist in Glossop, Derbyshire, England. The chemist was established in 1912 and its estimated the signage dates from the 1950s. White opal thermoplastic enclosure with brushed and lacquered steel lamp enclosure. Supplied tested and rewired with traditional old gold braided cable, two bayonet (B22) lamp holders, two metres of suspension chain and ceiling mounting plates.




n/a mm
230 mm


600 mm
170 mm


5.5 kg


White / Grey

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