Gasoline Station Memorabilia
P.O. Box 173
Deerfield, IL 60015
Gasoline Station Memorabilia

Dear Petroliana collectors and enthusiasts:  

The items featured on this website are mostly vintage gasoline-branded collectibles that form the nucleus of a gas station memorabilia collection built by my late father over a nearly 40 year time frame. Dad in recently passed away due to complications from Parkinson's Disease, and we are now selling portions of his vast collection of Petroliana items. Below are some photographs of the collection taken over the years that we thought collectors might enjoy seeing.  

If there are any items posted that you might be interested in acquiring, please feel free to contact us at the email address provided above.  Please browse the other pages of this website that are organized by category, e.g. "Gas Globes," "Handy Oilers," "Quart Cans," "Banks," etc. using the gray navigation buttons above.  Then once on the page you have chosen click on individual photos of items that we are offering for sale to collectors.  Shipping and handling is extra.  Larger and fragile items can only be shipped to US destinations only, where served by FedEx Ground. Smaller items can be shipped internationally via postal services. Thank you for browsing our website.  Please let us know if you have any questions.   A special thank you to all who have browsed our new website or who have purchased from us.  We have sold 70% of gas globes to-date, plus many signs, cans and other petroleum collectibles! 

It all began in 1973 with a 1931 Model A Ford Roadster, a 1918 American Oil Pump & Tank Co. Visible Pump a few signs and a pair of Standard Red Crown and Gold Crown gas globes. 
Gas globe collection in the garage.
More of gas globe collection in the garage.
More of collection in the garage.
By 1974-1975, the collection reached 19 gas globes.
In 1977, after moving to a new house, the collection expanded to about 40 gas globes.
More of the collection in the mid-1990s.  I restored a vintage 1916 Wayne dial face pump for Dad in 1997.
The collection in the mid-1990s surrounding his much beloved 1931 Model A Ford Roadster.
The collection by the mid-1990s reaching nearly 300 gas globes.
By the mid-1980s, the collection expanded into the basement .  He had many handy oilers and quart cans, some shown on the left side. 
More of the collection in the basement.
The collection in the basement, where he displayed handy oilers, tire patch kits, quarts and larger cans, and gas station premium items. 

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