The Peak House sign has been restored by Frank Iafolla of Sea Street Signs.
During the restoration process, Iafolla removed the rust from the cast iron sign, painted it white, then retraced the raised lettering.
According to Town Historian Richard DeSorgher, the cast iron sign was one of many distributed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in 1930 to commemorate the country's 300th anniversary.
"Each one highlighted a special historical piece of that town's history. It is made out of a cast iron and about ten years ago we (The Historical Society) decided to have it repainted as by then it had begun to greatly rust. Sea Street Sign, owned by Frank Iafolla, was hired and did a great job; however, the cast iron began to rust through again.
"Frank was determined to make sure this difficult sign's rust was totally removed and so he is back working on it," said DeSorgher. "I think you will see an impressive looking sign when he is done."
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