Pre-WW2 painted signboards found in Warsaw

Two historical signboards painted on the walls above entrances were found during construction and restoration works in a historical over hundred years old Koszyki Market Hall in Warsaw.  The investor, Griffin, being responsible for the works announced the discovery of two painted signboards inside the Hall.

Painted signboard from the Koszyki Market Hall (by TVN Warszawa)
Painted signboard from the Koszyki Market Hall (by TVN Warszawa)

First of them is referring to a “Nawa” co-op of trade companies, the second one includes the offer  of a fish shop selling fish, canned fish and marinates. The content of the second sign is repeated in Russian. The signboards and the restored characteristic green steel construction of the Hall will be made available in September. The newly-opened Koszyki Market Hall will contain grocery shops, culinary inns, a bookshop and kitchen equipment stores.

Painted signboard from the Koszyki Market Hall (by TVN Warszawa)
Painted signboard from the Koszyki Market Hall (by TVN Warszawa)

(after TVN Warszawa)

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