Seattle Washington city limit road highway sign 15×10
Seattle, Washington city limit sign. Up for sale today is this Seattle city limit boundary sign, from Washington. Made to the exact state standards used in the 1930s, with the sign cut out in the shape of Washington. This incredibly cool idea was unique to the state of Washington, and as far as we know never copied by any other state. Eventually Washington shifted to merely printing the state outline on a rectangular blank, and then dispensing with it entirely. The population figure given is period-accurate, and is that given in the 1930 U. I can make this city limit sign for any city or town in Washington. An original of these is very rare to find scrapped; they have long since been retired from service. You can expect to pay many hundreds of dollars to obtain one-if any even survive. So here is your chance to own an excellent display piece, without the hassle and expense of tracking one down on the collector’s market. Our Seattle city limit sign is flat printed on steel, with completely accurate layout and fonts. It weighs about 3 lb. And is 15 by 10 inches. If you would like a different size, city name, or population number, please do not hesitate to inquire. This is a high quality, heavy steel, non-reflective sign-perfect for indoor or outdoor display. 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! 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 bygone eras. Anything you would like, made with unsurpassed quality right here in the good old US of A, packed with care, and mailed from zip code 61833. Life doesn’t happen along the interstates. It’s against the law.