Signs that have seen better days

They’ve weathered the elements year in and year out, dutifully attracting customers while snazzy new signs go up all around them. Let’s celebrate some of New York’s peeling, fading, rusting mid-century store emblems.

Maurice Stewart is on Fulton Street in Brooklyn:

Phil’s Stationery offers “Zerox” copies in Midtown:

Sunset Park’s Good Foo. There’s something poetic about this one:

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3 Responses to “Signs that have seen better days”

  1. Christina Wilkinson Says:

    You should post these on AM-NY’s website.

  2. Kevin Walsh Says:

    I believe the Maurice Stewart sign is Fulton St.

  3. wildnewyork Says:

    You are right, thanks for pointing it out. I changed the caption.

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