Pine Tree Casting plaques

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JussBad
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Re: Pine Tree Casting plaques

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These were also used at the Prescott Plant parking lot. I have several of these along with the attachment pieces.
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markebrit
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Re: Pine Tree Casting plaques

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JussBad wrote:
Sat Feb 06, 2021 10:11 pm
These were also used at the Prescott Plant parking lot. I have several of these along with the attachment pieces.
RugerMedallion.jpg
I've had these for several years and have wondered what they would have been used for. I never guessed this! These don't photo well. That would be impressive!

JussBad
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Re: Pine Tree Casting plaques

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You can kind of see the plates in this picture and how they are attaced together.
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Watertender
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Re: Pine Tree Casting plaques

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Beautiful plaques! I would love to have one. Will have to keep my eyes open.
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Mohavesam
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Re: Pine Tree Casting plaques

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I have one, but it is weathered (used?) condition, but it could be re-finished I suppose.
If I recall they were produced at the Prescott plant when their foundry was operational? (not Pinetree) and intended for display or factory signage and outdoor bronze statues, name plates, etc.

I have never heard of them intended for sale. (probably hence the lack of the trademark symbol). But who knows, the foundry guys made stuff even they don't remember till someone shows it to them! Nice catch wherever they land.
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