Pub signs

Most pubs opt to have a specific emphasis in terms of both style and selection. This should be communicated at the main entrance to entice visitors to come in and spend an hour in good company with something delicious to eat and drink.

In addition to the pub name sign, there are a number of pub signs used in pubs. Visitors often don’t give them a thought – until they are missing.

Many people assume signs convey information. That is also true of certain pub signs. In particular those that show the opening hours or menu. But a pub is one of those places where signs often create an atmosphere and are thus a pure interior design feature.

Examples of Pub signs

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Vinyl Text

300x150 mm

€17.11 incl. VAT

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Aluminium Sign

350x450 mm

€98.84 incl. VAT

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Plastic Sign engraving

420x200 mm

€49.40 incl. VAT

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Aluminium Sign

400x600 mm

€161.38 incl. VAT

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Plastic Sign engraving

150x75 mm

€14.65 incl. VAT

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Plastic Sign engraving

300x150 mm

€33.48 incl. VAT

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Plastic Sign engraving

425x295 mm

€67.71 incl. VAT

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Plastic Sign engraving

350x200 mm

€43.76 incl. VAT

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Name Badge engraving

60x30 mm

€7.82 incl. VAT

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Aluminium Sign

500x700 mm

€197.26 incl. VAT

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Wood Sign

250x295 mm

€57.53 incl. VAT

Created with Fabric.js 1.7.6 RESTAURANT & PUB

Plastic Sign engraving

288x222 mm

€47.59 incl. VAT

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