Department Store Stickers

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Hudson's, or The J.L. Hudson Company, was a retail department store chain based in Detroit, Michigan. Hudson's flagship store, on Woodward Avenue in Downtown Detroit was the tallest department store in the world in 1961, and, at one time, claimed to be the second-largest department store, after Macy's, in the United States, by square footage. In 2000, Dayton–Hudson Corporation took the name of its most successful operation, becoming Target Corporation, and in one year, it later re-branded all Hudson's and Dayton's locations with the Marshall Field's moniker, an operation purchased by Dayton–Hudson in 1990. After being briefly owned by May Department Stores, the former Hudson's stores were acquired by Federated Department Stores.

Tags: malls, sears, jcpennys, shopping, departmentstore

Hudson's Sticker

by MindsparkCreative
$2.50
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Best Department store

Tags: best, defunt, vintage, department-store, best-store

Best Department store Sticker

by carcinojen
$2.50
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Where shopping is always a pleasure. Caldor Inc., launched in 1951, was a leading retailer of upscale discount goods in the northeastern US. Caldor expanded rapidly beginning in the early 1980s to become the fifth largest discount chain in the nation by the early 1990s. The company sold nearly $2.5 billion worth of goods and employed a work force of more than 20,000 in 1994. A discount industry pioneer, Caldor predates the start of both Kmart and Wal-Mart by more than a decade. Despite its successes, Caldor suffered from financial issues in its later years and the company was liquidated in 1999.

Tags: caldor, department-store, shopping, discount-retail, nostalgic

Caldor Department Store Sticker

by Turboglyde
$2.50
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Hills Department Store - Famous for Low Prices Every Day!

Tags: hills, department-store, retail, vintage, retro

Hills Department Store Sticker

by carcinojen
$2.50
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Where shopping is always a pleasure. Caldor Inc., launched in 1951, was a leading retailer of upscale discount goods in the northeastern US. Caldor expanded rapidly beginning in the early 1980s to become the fifth largest discount chain in the nation by the early 1990s. The company sold nearly $2.5 billion worth of goods and employed a work force of more than 20,000 in 1994. A discount industry pioneer, Caldor predates the start of both Kmart and Wal-Mart by more than a decade. Despite its successes, Caldor suffered from financial issues in its later years and the company was liquidated in 1999.

Tags: department-store, shopping, 80s, retro, retail

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Ames Department Store

Tags: vintage, retro, 90s, 80s, ames

Ames Department Store Sticker

by carcinojen
$2.50
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Best Department store

Tags: best, best-stores, department-store, retro, vintage

Best Department store Sticker

by carcinojen
$2.50
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who remembers this logo from a long ago closed department store?

Tags: 1990s, 1980s, retail-stores, nostalgic, nostalgia

A+ for value Sticker

by old_school_designs
$2.50
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Venture Discount Department Stores

Tags: defunct-retail, retro, dead-mall, retail, shop

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Complaint department tee, department shirt, staff shirt, staff shirts, staff tee, office staff shirts, staff shirt cheap, staff t-shirt, tee shirts

Tags: complaints-handler, complaint-department, complaints-manager, staffordshire-bull-terrier, complaint-department-daily-sketch-49

Complaint Department Sticker

by jmgoutdoors
$2.50
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You'll find only the best prices at Freese's Department Store. Come in on weekends and meet Pennywise the Clown. He loves kids.

Tags: department-store, freeze-s, freese-s-dept-store, freese-s-department-store, freeses-department-store

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Retro logo for Connecticut's Bradlees department store chain

Tags: design, bauhaus, 80s, 70s, caldor

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Retro logo for the northeast's old CALDOR department stores

Tags: northeast, connecticut, new-england, classic, vector

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Winkelman's Department Store

Tags: shopping-mall, 1990s, shopping, vintage, retro

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Established in 1957, Stuarts (formerly "Stuart's") was a discount department store with stores throughout New England (though primarily in Massachusetts). At its peak, there were roughly 27 stores. Initially filing for bankruptcy in late 1990, the chain emerged a little under 2 years later with a second chance. Ultimately by mid-1995, the lack of updating their inventory & sales systems, along with management changes heavily lead to the final nail in the coffin for this chain.

Tags: massachusetts, new-england, store, retro, department-store

Stuarts - New England Sticker

by massavemedia
$2.50

Tags: retail-stores, kmart, retail, closed-department-store, hills

Gold Circle Sticker

by old_school_designs
$2.50
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Gold Circle Department Store

Tags: 70s, 80s, retro, defunct, vintage

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Gold Circle Department Store

Tags: department-store, defunct, vintage, retro, retail

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Gold Circle Department Store

Tags: 80s, retail, vintage, department-store, defunct

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Gold Circle Department Store

Tags: 70s, department-store, 80s, retro, defunct

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Higbee's Department Store

Tags: department-store, ohio, cleveland, defunct, retail

Higbee's Department Store Sticker

by Turboglyde
$2.50
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Gold Circle Department Store

Tags: vintage, retro, 80s, 70s, department-store

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Showcase your inner retro shopping center nerdiness with this vintage 80s style Gold Circle distressed logo. Gold Circle was a discount department store chain founded in 1967 in Columbus, Ohio. In 1984, Gold Circle was notable as the first major discounter to implement chain wide UPC barcode scanning. There was a total of 76 stores when the chain was sold and dismantled in 1988.

Tags: shopping, hills-department-store, nostalgia, department-store, retro

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brass plate still hanging outside of the old Woolworth's on Kensington Avenue

Tags: vintage, store, department-store, retro, logo

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Clarkins Carrousel Department Store carousel logo, super vintage!

Tags: clarkins-stores, clarkins-carrousel, clarkins-carousel, carousel, department-store

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Fisher's Big Wheel was a discount department store chain. It was formed in 1939 following the consolidation of the Fisher Dry Goods company and a hardware store called Big Wheel. Fisher's Big Wheel was primarily located in smaller towns which were not already served by other discount retailers. At its peak, the chain comprised more than 100 stores in 8 states. The chain declared bankruptcy in 1993, selling some stores and closing others. Fisher's Big Wheel closed in 1994.

Tags: shopping, retailer, pop-culture, discount, logo

Fishers Big Wheel Sticker

by Turboglyde
$2.50
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Fishers Big Wheel Department Store

Tags: 80s, vintage, dead-retail, retro, fishing-enthusiast

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The silver diamond means savings. 3300 Topeka Blvd.

Tags: retro, discount, store, 80s, kansas

Ardan or Ardan's Diamond Sticker

by TopCityMotherland
$2.50
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Fisher's Big Wheel was a discount department store chain. It was formed in 1939 following the consolidation of the Fisher Dry Goods company and a hardware store called Big Wheel. Fisher's Big Wheel was primarily located in smaller towns which were not already served by other discount retailers. At its peak, the chain comprised more than 100 stores in 8 states. The chain declared bankruptcy in 1993, selling some stores and closing others. Fisher's Big Wheel closed in 1994.

Tags: pop-culture, retailer, retro, discount, shopping

Fishers Big Wheel Sticker

by Turboglyde
$2.50

Tags: department-store, los-angeles, deco, art, history

Bullocks Wilshire Sticker

by vokoban
$2.50
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Dayton's was an American department store chain founded in Minneapolis, Minnesota in 1902 by George Draper Dayton. In 1969, the Detroit-based J.L. Hudson Company merged with the Dayton Company to form the Dayton-Hudson Corporation, adding 21 Michigan-based stores to the total. In 1990, the department store division of Dayton–Hudson (now Target Corporation) acquired Chicago-based Marshall Field's. Both Dayton's and Hudson's retained their individual store names until 2001, when they were united under the Marshall Field's nameplate. Prior to changing its name to Marshall Field's, Dayton's stores numbered 19, serving communities throughout the upper Midwest.

Tags: goodfellows, k-mart, lord-and-taylor, wanamaker, store

Dayton's Sticker

by MindsparkCreative
$2.50

Tags: art, deco, historical, los-angeles, department-store

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This is a faithful reproduction of the logo of the fictitious Grace Bros. department store, as featured in the classic British BBC TV sitcom Are You Being Served? The logo cropped up regularly on the show, being seen on carrier bags and packaging given to customers of the Grace Bros. store. I have painstakingly recreated it, working from various screengrabs and publicity shots of the show --and I believe it is the most accurate reproduction available.

Tags: are-you-being-served, grace-bros, bbc, sitcom, classic

Tags: department-store, art, john-parkinson, donald-parkinson, deco