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Gas Pump Globes

We Buy

We buy glass ad globes!

Do you have an old glass advertising globe or collection that you are interested in selling? Nation’s Attic is a top buyer for these globes regardless of what it is advertising. In most cases a globe will be an advertisment for a gasoline company such as Sinclair or Standard. Most globes have two round glass lenses on each side. Some globes were solid glass and looked like crows or even eagles. We are not interested in reproduction globes. If you are not sure if your glass ad globe is real, just send us a photo via text at 316-371-1828 or email at  signs@nationsattic.com 
A great example of a rather unique gasoline globe is shown above in the antique black and white photo. On top of the gas pumps are what appears to be white eagles. The brand of gas for this station was White Eagle, hence the milk glass eagle globes. Below we have some examples of gas pump globes we are interested in buying. It is not uncommon to find the lenses for these globes seperate or still packed in their shipping boxes. We are buyers for the seperate lenses and even for globe bodies that are missing lenses. Depending on the brand and condition of the lens or entire globe, you might be quite surprised how much we can pay for these! Don’t hesitate to contact us at signs@nationsattic.com or call / text 316-371-1828

Molded Milk Glass Gas Pump Globes

During the 1920’s and 1930’s some advertising globes, especially the ones on top of gas pumps were made of glass, both the lenses and the body. Below is a classic example of a glass body globe called ripple glass. These were made in various colors. If you have an advertising globe body like this, we are always interested in buying them. Just give us a call or text to 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com 

Gas Pump Globe Lenses

Shown above are the lenses that make up the front and back of most commonly found advertising globes. When seperated from the body of the globe, the convex lenses can be switched out for a different brand easily. These glass lenses were originally shipped in cardboard boxes to gas stations and other retail locations that used globes. If you happen to have a single loose lens or even multiple advertising globe lenses, give us a call or text at 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com  Being able to determine if a globe lens is authentic can be difficult sometimes. One quick way to check is to see if there is a date, copyright information or the word reproduction on the bottom edge of the lens, at the 6 o’clock position. In many cases if a lens is reproduced the company would have marked it clearly in this area. If you are not sure if your glass advertising globe lens is real, just contact us and send photos!

Gas Pump Globe Bodies

In addition to glass bodies as shown above, ad globes were also made of metal and plastic. Shown below on the left is a metal body. The red Fleet Wing example on the right is a plastic body made by Capco. We have collectors that are always needing advertising globe bodies to display their loose lenses, so give us a call or email if you have any. 316-371-1828 or signs@nationsattic.com 
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© Copyright Nation’s Attic 2017

Gas Pump

Globes We

Buy

We buy glass ad globes!

Do you have an old glass advertising globe or collection that you are interested in selling? Nation’s Attic is a top buyer for these globes regardless of what it is advertising. In most cases a globe will be an advertisment for a gasoline company such as Sinclair or Standard. Most globes have two round glass lenses on each side. Some globes were solid glass and looked like crows or even eagles. We are not interested in reproduction globes. If you are not sure if your glass ad globe is real, just send us a photo via text at 316-371- 1828 or email at  signs@nationsattic.com 
A great example of a rather unique gasoline globe is shown above in the antique black and white photo. On top of the gas pumps are what appears to be white eagles. The brand of gas for this station was White Eagle, hence the milk glass eagle globes. Below we have some examples of gas pump globes we are interested in buying. It is not uncommon to find the lenses for these globes seperate or still packed in their shipping boxes. We are buyers for the seperate lenses and even for globe bodies that are missing lenses. Depending on the brand and condition of the lens or entire globe, you might be quite surprised how much we can pay for these! Don’t hesitate to contact us at signs@nationsattic.com or call / text 316-371- 1828

Classic Gas Pump Globe

Lenses

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Molded Milk Glass Gas Pump

Globes

During the 1920’s and 1930’s some advertising globes, especially the ones on top of gas pumps were made of glass, both the lenses and the body. Below is a classic example of a glass body globe called ripple glass. These were made in various colors. If you have an advertising globe body like this, we are always interested in buying them. Just give us a call or text to 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com 

Gas Pump Globe Lenses

Shown above are the lenses that make up the front and back of most commonly found advertising globes. When seperated from the body of the globe, the convex lenses can be switched out for a different brand easily. These glass lenses were originally shipped in cardboard boxes to gas stations and other retail locations that used globes. If you happen to have a single loose lens or even multiple advertising globe lenses, give us a call or text at 316-371-1828 or email signs@nationsattic.com  Being able to determine if a globe lens is authentic can be difficult sometimes. One quick way to check is to see if there is a date, copyright information or the word reproduction on the bottom edge of the lens, at the 6 o’clock position. In many cases if a lens is reproduced the company would have marked it clearly in this area. If you are not sure if your glass advertising globe lens is real, just contact us and send photos!

Gas Pump Globe Bodies

In addition to glass bodies as shown above, ad globes were also made of metal and plastic. Shown below on the left is a metal body. The red Fleet Wing example on the right is a plastic body made by Capco. We have collectors that are always needing advertising globe bodies to display their loose lenses, so give us a call or email if you have any. 316-371-1828 or signs@nationsattic.com 
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