Mark IV

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Corporate History and Overview

Wickes sold the Eagle signal line to Mark IV in 1987.

Distributors and Contract Manufacturing

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Traffic Signals

broken down into general categories

Design Characteristics

Mark IV produced bubble-backed signals with more pronounced bubbles than GTE's 12" signals. Their 8" signals are barrel-shaped with hinges and latches similar to Marbelite's and LFE Automatic's 8" signals.

Four Ways

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Adjustables

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Pedestrian Signals

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Vehicle Heads (Round)

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Pedestrian/Sign Heads (Rectangular)

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Informational Signals and Signs

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Lenses

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Vehicular

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Pedestrian

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Worded

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Symbols

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Special

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Controllers

Different type of controllers

Hardware

This would include any kind of special options for traffic signals as well as mounting hardware including brackets, slipfitters, hangers, bases, etc.

Miscellaneous Images

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Relevant Patents

Patent numbers relevant to this MFR or signals specifically. Not just every patent by company X.

References

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Holding Pen for Unsorted Data, Notes, Etc.

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