Lexington Arch Address Plaque - Standard

Montague Metals Standard Lexington Arch Address Plaque is an impressive, yet timeless address plaque for your home or business. This is the type of address plaque is one of those things people remember about your home.

The Standard Lexington Address Plaque is 100% rust free stamped Aluminum with a wall mount system for attaching the plaque to a flat surface or 2 ground stakes for yard installation.

  • 10" x 15 3/4"
  • Holds 2 Lines of Text
  • Holds up to five 4" Characters or two lines with up to five 3" characters and up to seventeen characters on line two
  • All Colors Available (see chart below)

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Important Information About Our Personalized Products

  • We do not spell check, grammer check, nor edit your supplied text in any way.
  • Your text should arrive just as you have supplied it, case and spaces included.
  • The character limits include spaces in which each space counts as 1 character.
  • It will take about 4-10 weeks to complete personalized cast aluminium items.
  • Some techniques, such as rubbed or sweedish iron take longer to manufacture.
  • We do not accept returned personalized items, please double check your order before sending it.
  • Once the manufacturing process has begun no cancellations, nor changes are possible.
  • The very detailed process of casting, baking, finishing, more baking etc. is the process that ensures the top quality, craftsmanship and long lasting nature of these personalized items. Please try to be patient.

  • Model: PCS-0007S2
  • 1000000000 Units in Stock
  • Manufactured by: Montague Metal Products, Inc.

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