EXCELSIOR ART OF MOTORCYCLE – Excelsior was a U.S. motorcycle manufacturer operating in Chicago from 1907 to 1931 and in 1912, an Excelsior was the first motorcycle to be officially timed at a speed of 100 mph. By 1928, Excelsior was in third place in the U.S. motorcycle market behind Indian and Harley-Davidson
Not to be confused with the British Excelsior bicycle, motorcycle and car maker. They were Britain’s first motorcycle manufacturer, starting production of their own ‘motor-bicycle’ in 1896. Originally a bicycle company making “Penny-farthings”
Novelty Tin signs are great for adding a touch of fun or nostalgia and there are heaps of them available with everything from Classic Muscle cars to Hollywood legends. Not only something with shed, games room or kitchen value these vintage signs have flair and decoration potential and a sort of artistic beauty that adds charisma and character to the place they are displayed.
Measuring 12 x 15 ins (30 x 38cm) and made from durable and long lasting high quality tin they can be hung inside or outside and each is pre-drilled so ready to hang and also look very nice framed. We sell for a great price and offer a wide variety so get yours today!
The image design on this sign is courtesy of Scott Jacobs Studio and copyright 2014 to them. Manufactured under licensing to Desperate Enterprises Inc UPC 605279120055. ICCD 12811
BONUS! – Each sign is supplied in a free clear plastic pocket ready for display in store. For protection during delivery we use extra packing materials to ensure they arrive in tip-top condition
If you would like plates or signs made to your own design, we can easily do this for you. Virtually anything you want can be created with our modern digital equipment. The key is good art, and we can do
ANY GRAPHIC! ANY DESIGN! ANY COLOUR!
For more details on how to create a sign or plate to YOUR design
Important note about images we provide : Just as we sometimes see that “pricing is subject to change without notice”, so too are “designs subject to change without notice”. In 99.99% of cases, what you see on Dixie’s website or brochure is what you get. However, there are the odd times when designs have changed in some small way (eg: maybe a logo moves to a different location on the item, or the colour changes). Sometimes this information doesn’t always trickle down until the new designs are manufactured and shipped to Dixie. We hope this is helpful and understandable.