The big guy in the window of the hat shop caught my attention. What a great mannequin that fellow is. The sign is painted in the style of the old fashioned hand-painted signs that Honest Ed's store here was known for. They became collectible when the store closed and you can find framed old signs from Ed's in some of the trendiest places around town.
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What a great mannequin. It's so realistic!
I agree. He looks like someone out of a police lineup. Are you sure he's not wanted for something? :-)
He is impressive indeed Pat, love the jaunty angle of the hats 😊
He looks so real.
Cool that the old signs live on!
...Honest Ed's is a place that I'm so sorry to have missed! The name of the place is so refreshing in these dark days. I wish that they were honest in the White House. Take care and stay safe.
Bowler hat and T-shirt? Not a combination I've seen before.
The bug guy belongs at Madame Tussauds
That's a bit creepy!
He has a cool bowler hat as well. Wish I had one of those.
Mannequin looks so real!
The mannequin looks like something out of a wax museum. It's almost too lifelike for a shop window.
That is a great mannequin and that grey fedora to the right is pretty great too.
That "guy" really is cool!
The mannequin looks so real, he reminds me of Freddy Krueger that was in the nightmare series of movies. Take care, wishing you a happy day!
A bit spooky.
He looks put out.
This is cool, and he would capture my attention too walking by!
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