I love this old farm-stand sign from Ohio. The back panel is a sheet of tin, with wooden slats separating the stenciled words.
I love the charming little mistakes that show it was handmade, like the "S" in Sweet Corn that was stenciled upside down.
I spotted it for sale at a wonderful primitive antique shop in Seville, Ohio. Unfortunately the sign wasn't in the budget to come home with me (around $950 if I remember correctly). But I am filing it away for inspiration... I would love to try my hand at reproducing this sign to hang in my dining room. I've been looking for something to fill some blank wall space, and I don't think anything could be more perfect for a dining room. It's making me hungry already!