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Portland Diner 30 X 24 Custom Shape


From the Larry Grossman licensed collection, this Portland Diner Vintage Metal Sign measures 30 inches by 24 inches and weighs in at 6.91 lb(s). This Vintage Metal Sign is hand made in the USA using heavy gauge American steel. This is a custom shaped piece.

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Miss Portland Diner Vintage Sign

Step back in time with the iconic “Miss Portland Diner” vintage sign. Part of the Larry Grossman licensed collection. Emanating the unmistakable allure of mid-20th century Americana, this vibrant display captures the quintessential essence of the classic American diner. With the diner’s shimmering blue and red façade set against the fiery hues of a sunset sky, the sign transports onlookers to a bygone era where polished chrome counters, cushioned booth services, and jukebox tunes defined the dining experience.

A snapshot inset reveals the cozy interior, inviting and unchanged, with its rows of stools and booths that have seen countless tales of family gatherings, late-night chats, and fleeting romances. The meticulously detailed characters—a stylish couple, a dapper gentleman with his suitcase, and a faithful canine—hint at the countless narratives and memories forged within those walls. The golden vehicle in the foreground, with its sleek curves, further accentuates the nostalgic charm. Proudly declaring its roots in Portland, Maine, since 1949, the sign is more than just a decorative piece; it’s a tribute to timeless traditions, the communal spirit, and the enduring magic of diners in American culture. The “Miss Portland Diner” vintage sign is a beckoning doorway to an age of simple pleasures and shared moments, evoking a warmth that only such cherished memories can bring.

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