Maryland Severn River highway road sign 1944 Anne Arundel Chesapeake Bay 21×14
Maryland Severn River highway sign. Up for sale today is this Maryland Severn River highway sign. Made to the exact 1944 state specifications used by the State Roads Commission for signs of this type. This would have been found on one of the two highway bridges that cross the Severn River, a tidal estuary connected to Chesapeake Bay. An original of these is very rare to find scrapped. They have disappeared from the roads of Maryland many years ago, replaced with the modern issue. So here is your chance to own an excellent display piece, without paying an arm and a leg on the collector’s market. The sign is 21 by 14 inches, and weighs 7 lb. This is a high quality, heavy steel sign. Accept no imitations that may be one-third this price, but are one-tenth the quality. No cheap tin to be found here, with the wrong fonts, layouts, size, shape, or any other manner of embarrassing imperfection. This one will make even the most discerning collector stick their nose into the sign, as it looks that good from that close! Please do see my other auctions for quality Maryland US and state route markers! Would you like a number not seen here? Or perhaps a different style? I can of course make these signs with any route number of your choice, and not just this style, but older and newer ones, and even the classic mileage, direction, and city limit guide signs from the era. Anything you would like, made with unsurpassed quality right here in the good old US of A. Life doesn’t happen along the interstates. It’s against the law. Figure about 7 lb.