More signs that have seen better days

Dirt, dust, missing or crooked letters—these old yet charming store signs continue to hang on and get their message across.

Heather’s Treasures (free lay-a-way!) is on East 23rd Street:

Heatherstreasuressign

Best Housekeeping has been on Avenue A since 1924 (no idea about the age of the sign, however):

Besthousekeepingsign

Eddie’s Wholesales has stationary goods and paper goods:

Eddieswholesalessign

Now this sounds like a real old German beauty shop, in Yorkville, of course:

Brunhildesbeautysalonsign

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