M1887 - Whimsical Carved Faux Wood "How the West Was Won" Sign
This whimsical faux wood "How the West Was Won" sign is made of High-Density-Urethane (HDU). The text, border and artwork (a man and tree) are raised wood grain background which is painted with an airbrush and artist brush in a brownish color to look like wood grain. The text and artwork are painted with an artist-brush. All paints are long-lasting, fade resistant Matthews Acrylic Polyurethane MAP sign enamels. and the sign is clear-coated twice for extra UV protection. This sign can be customized in many ways, including modifying or adding artwork. It can be mounted on an building wall, mounted between two posts, or hung using eyehooks on top of the sign attached to snap-links or chains from an overhead beam.
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