Harley-Davidson 1903 Embossed Oval Tin Sign
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    Harley-Davidson 1903 Embossed Oval Tin Sign

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    Price:  $16.99
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    Pay tribute to the finest motorcycles with this H-D ® 1903 Die Cut Sign. This showpiece will brighten your garage, office or workshop with its retro flair, thanks to an old-time design and beautiful embossing. It's a real classic that any Harley ® fan will be proud to display!

    • Die Cut and Embossed Lithographed Sign
    • Pre-Drilled Holes for Easy Hanging
    • Sign Measures: 18W x 10.5H inches
    • Sorry, for Sale ONLY in the U.S.
    • Manufactured by Ande Rooney, Inc. under license from Harley-Davidson ® Motor Company.
    Weight: 1.10 lbs

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    Harley-Davidson ® 1903 Oval Tin Sign
    5 out of 5
    Donna
    Location: Effingham, IL, USA
    Date: January 9, 2014
    Was exactuly as advertised..PERFECT!
    excellent
    5 out of 5
    sue
    Location: verona, il, usa
    Date: December 2, 2011
    Nice size sign, and belongs in a garage for anyone with a harley!!
    Original look, great price!
    5 out of 5
    Kyle
    Location: Ormond Beach, FL, US
    Date: June 13, 2011
    I bought this for my Father-in-Law who is a major Harley fan. He had a smile ear-to-ear when he saw this, in his words "it's not the same kind of sign everyone has in their garage and that's what I love about it!" The finish is great, it's much larger than I originally thought it would be, but that just makes it better. Not too big, not some tiny little postage stamp either.
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