Product Preview: All-Weather Vintage Winchester Signs

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posted on December 11, 2017
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Need to class up an indoor or outdoor space? Winfield Galleries’ Rocking W Brand now has a line of corrugated metal signs with vintage artwork from the Winchester art collection. The signs are made of cold rolled steel, and the artwork is waterproof as well as ultraviolet light resistant paint.

                 

           

There are three signs currently available in poster size (15”x22”), including a pheasant hunting scene, “Cock of the Woods” for turkey hunting enthusiasts, and “Do You Shoot?” featuring a Winchester Model 1897 shotgun and a passel of puppies. Price: $34.95 plus shipping and handling. For more, visit winfieldgalleries.com.

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