$8

Happy Holidays and welcome! We hope you are doing well today and are pleased to offer you these 2 vintage wood plaques by American Antiquities

maybe from the 1960s or 70s?
These are gorgeous, hand-painted, and in good used condition! I see a nick on the 1775 Massachusetts Infantry soldier plaque on the top left corner, with very light surface wear. There appears to be small white spots on the fronts that resemble paint splatter.
The back has a saw-tooth hanger, a sticker that says Lilly Guest, Dr. J. Sullivan and another sticker that says, American Antiquities Inc., WS3, 1575 State Highway No. 23, Butler, N.J.,
The 1776 Layfayettes Light Infantry Soldier Plaque has some surface scuffs on the front, on the right side and edge, and a knick about

long on the backside edge. This one has the American Antiquities sticker on the back WS2, and the saw-tooth hanger as well.
Approximately 23

tall, 9

wide, and about 1 thick.
These unique wood plaques belong to my father-in-law who recently moved in with us from Ohio. He got these at a yard sale, but he is a Vietnam Veteran suffering with side effects of Agent Orange, and this affects his memory, so he can not recall when he got these, and I cant find any company information to date them; although he did tell me hes had them for over 15 years.
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