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PHOTO: hundreds of sentimental Torontonians lining up to buy a little piece of Honest Ed’s

PHOTO: hundreds of sentimental Torontonians lining up to buy a little piece of Honest Ed’s
(Image: Laura Godfrey)

Anyone planning to swing by the Honest Ed’s sign sale on their lunch break might want to reconsider. According to sources on the ground (and photographic evidence, above), the line is currently snaking along multiple city blocks. The store’s original sign painters are on hand demonstrating their artistry, and also signing their creations. We suspect their hands may be a bit cramped up by 6 p.m., which is when the sale ends.

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