We’re losing them—the white (and sometimes color) ads painted on the sides of buildings left over from an older, non-digital New York.
I can make out the “Sable Bros” part of this one, on 36th Street. But to figure out what the white letters fronting the blue background, I had to consult the wonderful 14 to 42 website, which photographed the ad when it was in better shape back in 2004.
This next one, in the 20s off Seventh Avenue, is too far gone to even try to research, except for what seems to be the word “paper” at top.
If anyone can figure it out, please send it in!