Horizontal American Craftsman Historic Plaque
The wide horizontal look in our American Craftsman Historic Plaque is very popular.
This one is designed as a Arts and Crafts era historical marker. But, you can also have the extended horizontal look as an Address Plaque, Wayfinding Sign, or Business Sign.
You might also like our classic historic sign.
Historic Marker Sign
Our arts and crafts era historic plaque can be used to commemorate a person, historic building, structure, object, site or other point of interest. This is a great option for historical societies to mark a significant location and share your story. It is especially useful in helping to convey the history of your Frank Lloyd Wright or Arts and Craft style building.
These plaques can be customized with your building or site history, family name, historic built date, estate name and more. You could also add your home address numbers or other historical information. Need to include more information on your sign? Check out some of our other historical marker options.
Here are some other suggestions and common uses for historic plaques:
- Circa 1856
- John Smith House
- James Bungalow
- National Register Of Historic Places
- Historic Landmark
- Wilson House Built 1920
- A Famous Person Lived Here
- Historic Building
- Historic District
All of our historic plaques are designed exactly to your specifications with your special information or message. Our signs are crafted in Wisconsin using materials from the USA. Your plaque will weather gracefully because it will not rot, splinter, or support mold and insects.
Because of the manufacturing process and materials that we use, Atlas Signs can provide a classic and tasteful look at an economical price. Have your plaques aged to look original or traditional. Choose between brass, copper, bronze, pewter, silver nickel, and iron with your choice of patina and aged verdigris finishes.