Here I say "paraphernalia" all the time, and I have to look up how to spell it. I don't think I've ever seen that word in print, come to think of it.
There are seem neat old advertising pieces for antique engines on eBay right now. I don't know if anyone else likes these sort of things or not. Some are overpriced and some I want and just don't want to spend the money that direction.
This is a Clinton Machine co (father of Clinton engines) ash tray. I didn't know they made such a beast.
I have never seen a Power Products engines dealer sign. I hesitate to share this one, I might buy it... but I don't know if I want to spend the money that way right now.
This is the newer Wisconsin engines dealer sign. I want the old style with the "More HP Hours" logo on it, but this is still interesting.
Registered Briggs and Stratton service dealer plaque. This is the old style. I like the way it looks.
And the dealer sign from the late 50's,