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  Colorado Bureau of Mines Bell Sign.JPG - COLORADO BUREAU OF MINES BELL SIGN - Original mid-1930s cloth bell sign for the Bureau of Mines, State of Colorado, sign is 34 in. tall and 13 in. wide, bottom marked  “Approved, Walter E. Scott, Jr.,Commissioner of Mines,” black on a white background, extensive use of bold lettering makes this sign somewhat unique and attractive, sign printed by Bradford-Robinson Printing Co, Denver, lower left corner has a small union label for Allied Printing Trades Council, Denver, Colo., Walter E. Scott was Mines Commissioner from 1934 to 1947, sign was found in the Diamond Tunnel in Silver Plume, Colorado, ex-Steve Rush collection (see Bobrink article in Mining Artifact Collector # 3, p 34)  
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Colorado Bureau of Mines Bell Sign | COLORADO BUREAU OF MINES BELL SIGN - Original mid-1930s cloth bell sign for the Bureau of Mines, State of Colorado, sign is 34 in. tall and 13 in. wide, bottom marked “Approved, Walter E. Scott, Jr., Commissioner of Mines,” black on a white background, extensive use of bold lettering makes this sign somewhat unique and attractive, sign printed by Bradford-Robinson Printing Co, Denver, lower left corner has a small union label for Allied Printing Trades Council, Denver, Colo., Walter E. Scott was Mines Commissioner from 1934 to 1947, sign was found in the Diamond Tunnel in Silver Plume, Colorado, ex-Steve Rush collection (see Bobrink article in Mining Artifact Collector # 3, p 34) Download Original Image
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