Santa Fe Ride With Chief Vintage Metal Art Train Retro Tin Sign
Aluminum Tin Sign with 4 Holes in Corners
Made in USA
A great retro tin sign! Also available by special order on mounted canvas or premium photo paper in a variety of sizes. Standard tin sign is 8×15 inches.
This great vintage metal train tin sign depicts an Indian Chief in headdress and reads: Santa Fe Ride with the Chief.
This charming vintage collectible sign provides just the right accent for your home, the restaurant, the game room or train collection. Also perfect for the home theater or family room. Each Vintage Metal Art sign is created on enamel coated metal and designed to look antiquated as part of its beauty and appeal. It has rustic edges and four predrilled holes for easy hanging. Will also look beautiful in a frame. Size 15 x 8. Colors: Chestnut Brown, Cream
Vintage Metal Art can customize any one of our signs for your company business name, logo, school, church, fundraiser, birthday party and more. We can also offer you volume discounts with full customization options for text, images and colors. Please contact us for more details if you are interested in small, medium or large custom bulk designing and purchasing.
Vintage Metal Art services a niche market for original and custom retro tin sign design, metal street signs and stunning metal photo panels. Our original art signs have adorned the walls of homes, kitchens, garages, diners, pubs, pizzerias, ice cream shops, and taverns all over the world since 2004.
We love to customize! We can customize our original designs, or create something completely new for your home or business. Our signs are a refreshing approach to an old idea. Personalized signs present as unique and very thoughtful gifts, and they also make wonderful conversation pieces.
Our services have also helped hundreds of companies in their logo design and the production of corresponding signage for employees, vendors, trade shows and marketing. We happily service both retail and wholesale divisions.
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