Here is another find from the Nashville Flea Market in October. Straight from the New Deal, this is a metal National Recovery Administration (NRA) sign. The NRA (no, not the National Rifle Association) was a federal agency created during the New Deal to help the country recover from the Great Depression, and businesses would hang these signs to show that they were participating in NRA programs. It appeared to be original, and I have not found any reproductions available. The asking price was $75. Interestingly, I found another such sign in similar condition at another booth for $80. I had not seen even one, much less two, of these signs prior to this occasion.