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Engraved Brass Plaque Bar Club Pub Sign Vintage Late 1970s

Ref: 15CM21

$ 90

Authentic engraved brass pub & bar sign from the late 1970s, produced by Nauticalia Ltd., England.

In excellent condition, this brass plaque bears the unique marks of its heritage. With remnants of black paint along the sides that speak to its storied past. On the front, elegantly engraved in classic lettering, reads the warning: "Do not drop cigarette ends on the floor, as they burn the hands and knees of customers as they leave."

25cm in length, 8cm in width, and 0.5cm in thickness
9.8 inch in length, 3.15 inch in width, and 0.2 inch in thickness

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Home Bar Pub Gift Idea

Looking for a quirky bar gift? This engraved club brass sign, warning humorously against dropped cigarette ends, adds vintage charm to any pub or home bar. A delightful conversation piece that merges practicality with a dash of humor, perfect for those who appreciate unique decor with a touch of wit.

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The history of Nauticalia England

Engraved Brass Plaque Bar Club Pub Sign Vintage Late 1970s

Engraved Brass Plaque Bar Club Pub Sign Vintage Late 1970s

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Nauticalia Ltd. has a fascinating history that began in 1974 when Lynn and Val Lewis founded it as a floating marine antiques shop on the River Thames at Shepperton.

The couple started the business with a passion for nautical items, utilizing a converted rubbish barge as their unique storefront.

Lynn and Val Lewis on their unique floating antiques shop on the River Thames
Image: Lynn and Val Lewis on their unique floating antiques shop on the River Thames.
Source: https://www.nauticalia-trade-sales.com/about-us

Over time, Nauticalia expanded its offerings beyond antiques, gradually diversifying its product line to include a wide range of nautical-themed goods, from practical sailing equipment to decorative items and gifts.

Through dedication, innovation, and a deep-rooted love for maritime history and products, Nauticalia Ltd. has established itself as a reputable and beloved brand in the nautical retail industry.

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