Neon sign on the facade of a clothing store on Luitpoldstraße in Hof, Germany. Weber-Kleidung was known as the “house of a thousand coats”. It closed down in 2008. [Frankenpost]
The letterforms are closely modeled after Walter Wege’s Signal (1931), including its ‘W’ with crossing strokes, or the ducked-down ‘n’. The only major difference to Berthold’s digital version (shown below) is in the ‘r’. The metal original included both forms.