Gonna need some more help, I've literally spent hrs. searching for this particular metal/tin sign,I do know that a magazine called Liberty
was made in the 1900's. this is a sign !Week
July 21, 1928
a circle with a bold 5c
underneath week endingLiberty
(to the right of the above Week Ending July 21, 1928)
below that in (orange colored writing) A Weeky for Everybody
an embossed picture of a Dad dressed like an indian witha small head dress on left hand over his mouth,right hand what look to be a tomahawk,a blue couch with an infant/baby laying down on hs belly with is mouth open and eyes closed,dad is weARING a shirt very light blue pair of grey slacks,orangeish/red tie gry ocks and a pair of black laced dress shoes on. To the right of the couch there is some type of signiture,its very clear I just cant ake out the lettering it almost looks foreign.
at thevery bottom of the picture are the words : Holding ~ York ~Palmer ~ Woodhouse ~ Green(names are also in black) (squigly lines are again orangish/red)
1/2" from the outside of sign is bordered in navy bue, to the right of the dad/man are the words Big Chief -(under that)Heap Money,thepicture part itself is a tan background.
The sign measures 14" wide X 18" long , also has a small hole in each corner
sign seems to be in very good conition small spots of surface rust near each one of the 4 holes,the back has a small amount of orage surface rust.
maybe someone here knows aboutthis sign other than what I've typedand possible good condition bll park value,again thnk you for al and anyhelp, I also tried to show some of the coloring you may have to highlight it to see the the orangeish/red writting.
With much appreciation,