Indoor Ghost Signs on Kniazia Romana Street

I found a few Polish-language ghost signs in the corridor of a residential building in Lviv's center. I haven't been able to decipher them, but during the interwar period this building housed a oil industry union, an union of petroleum products, an advertising agency, an antiquarian shop, and a sheet music shop - so possibly the signs are leftover from one or more of these establishments.



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