3 responses to “Say Goodbye to Sign Stealing”

  1. $25 and under gift No. 17: Circa 1900 subway signs | Brokelyn

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  2. mattmaison

    I love those vintage signs and Flying Junction looks like they’ve got great ones. I’ve also seen Restoration Hardware carry them. See also SubwaySigns.com (http://www.subwaysigns.com). They have the vintage signs in canvas, tapestry, and metal. I’ve been itching to click ‘buy’ on that site for several months…

    I also stumbled onto Underground Signs recently (http://www.underground-signs.com/home.php). They’re not the vintage ones, but still a cool site.

    As a gift a couple years ago I was given some metal ones that are replicas of the signs on the subway entrances before you go down the stairs. I have signs for the Grand Central, Yankee Stadium, and Shea Stadium stops (anyone reading this that knows me probably isn’t surprised by that list). I don’t know where they were purchased though, I’ll let you know if I find out.


  3. firefly8868

    I have one of these hanging in my dining room, and it looks awesome. Very eye-catching, but not over powering at all.

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