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Diverse Signs, Signs on demand
About This Project
Who does not know them… .the typical French red signs “Tabac” on the facade of a café / bar in almost all French places…. A landmark for tobacco, but also for the French conviviality!The signs have been almost unchanged since the 1940’s and can still be seen everywhere in many versions. Just like the impressive Michelin panels, a piece of French “heritage”.
Our reproduction is made after an example from the earliest times (1950).
Entirely handmade from solid pine with milled letters in the original font of the time!
The panel is available in any desired size and finish.
An example from the Vinsign “kitchen”.
Size: 1300 x 350 x 40 mm
Weight: 13 Kg.
Price: € 570,-