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F15008 - Village Entrance Monument Sign

F15008 - Village Entrance Monument Sign

This EPS Foam Monument Sign base has a faux stone facade is carved into it, and the stones painted natural colors. The sign face is engraved HDU with gold-leaf gilded letters. EPS signs such as this one have a hard shell to protect against vandalism. To see a description of EPS monument signs go to Gallery 6, bottom of page 1, under "Foam Monument Bases" (to see this Gallery, click on title " 6" under Photo Galleries in the lower left margin). There you will find pictures of standard model EPS shapes and sizes, as well as attractive stone, marble and granite patterns available.

Please click on Home to see our home page. To see other sandblasted or engraved 2.5D, or premium carved 3D High-Density-Urethane (HDU) signs and plaques for municipalities, government facilities, museums and historical buildings, please click on Gallery 15 - Government & Museum Signs and Plaques.

We can make a sandblasted or carved wooden or HDU sign or plaque of any design in any size from 12 inches to 14 feet, for either indoor or outdoor use. These can be placed on a monument, between iron or wood posts, or on a wall. We can customize these signs with any shape, border, font style, or color scheme with carved (engraved) or raised text and art of your choice. Wood posts, monument bases, and wrought iron post and scroll brackets are in addition to sign prices, and can be purchased separately (see Product Line 4).

For more information on design options, prices, and delivery schedules, please call us at 951-698-8484> or email us at, and we will respond promptly.

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