Signs like this will never get old. I came across it on t’interweb and it’s too good not to share with you.
I found it on martinandrose.com, the website for Martin Hollebone who used to run ‘T&R Models’ in Wellingborough. Martin says it’s actually a metal sign he picked up on his travels and was hung up in his shop until he closed it when retiring.
If you know the origins of the sign it would be great to know it’s backstory and where it came from.
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