ACC is happy to bring iconic signs and posters from different points in our past that had historical significance. From outlaws of the Old West to WWI and WWII propaganda signs, you'll find a unique way to decorate and remember (and you may even find a bit of humor). From parchment to metal and tin alloy, the antique look in this collection is really an eye catcher and adds an air of authenticity to these detailed, exacting replicas.
No other medical sign is more recognizable than that of MASH, the Mobile Army Surgical Hospital. Long before the CBS TV series, this real-life team was saving the lives of our wounded servicemen.
Lady Luck was one of the most famous illustrations painted on the front of our bombers during World War II. This great poster has been beautifully reproduced on a small tin sign.
Nose art was a way soldiers and pilots took their fantasy sweethearts into battle with them. This beauty is “coming right up” on this great moral poster, which has been reproduced on a tin sign.
Enlistment signs have always shown how strong our service members are. The stalwart US Marine is shown in his dress uniform on this perfectly reproduced tin sign.
Enlistment posters were not just limited to the US during the first World War. This great French poster is wonderfully reproduced on a sturdy tin sign, great for any room or office.
This fantastic replica tin sign shows Americans who were making arms for our troops how every piece manufactured needed to work properly. Perfect for your man cave or collections area.
Enlistment signs such as this one showing US Marine marching off to the European front began showing up as soon as the US entered World War I. This strong-looking illustration is reproduced on a great tin sign.
War Bonds were the life blood of our troops during World War II. This great poster showing General Dwight D. Eisenhower is perfectly reproduced on this sturdy tin sign