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interstate highways (2)

1958 Colorado interstate marker

Colorado shield with MUTCD fonts.

Available with any number.

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1961 Colorado wide interstate marker

Colorado shield with MUTCD fonts.

Available with any number.

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U. S. highways (4)

1926 embossed Colorado U. S. route marker

U. S. shield, run off on an old press using the original dies. 1926 MUTCD square fonts, as seen on Route 66 and other classic highways of the golden age of motoring.

16x16 inches, embossed into 18 gauge steel, cut out to shield shape.

Available in any number, with or without glass cateye reflectors.

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1948 Colorado U. S. route marker

Cutout U. S. shield, with 1948 MUTCD fonts.

The sign is 16 by 16 inches. It is printed using cutting-edge technology, to replicate accurately the look of classic Silver Scotchlite sheeting.

Available with any route number.

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1968 Colorado square U. S. route marker

U. S. shield, with 1948 MUTCD fonts.

The sign is 18 by 18 or 24 by 24 inches. It is printed using cutting-edge technology, to replicate accurately the look of classic Silver Scotchlite sheeting.

Available with any route number.

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1961 Colorado U. S. route marker

Cutout U. S. shield, with 1948 MUTCD fonts. This sign was used primarily on freeways.

The sign is 18 by 18 or 24 by 24 inches. It is printed using cutting-edge technology, to replicate accurately the look of classic Silver Scotchlite sheeting.

Available with any route number.

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state highways (1)

1910s Rocky Mountain Motorists caution sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the RMMI along state highways in Colorado. It was used from around 1918 to 1925.

The sign is 18 inches on each diagonal side. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Customized to your specifications, with route number and advisory legend of your choice. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.

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turnpikes, bridges and other named roads (7)

1910s Midland Trail guide sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the Auto Club of Southern California along the western half of the Midland Trail. It was used from around 1914 to 1929.

The sign is 24 by 18 inches. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Customized to your specifications, with old auto trail names, destinations (including old ghost towns), and mileages all meticulously researched. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.

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1910s Lincoln Highway guide sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the Auto Club of Southern California along the Lincoln Highway. It was used from around 1913 to 1929.

The sign is 15 by 25 inches. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Customized to your specifications, with old auto trail names, destinations (including old ghost towns), and mileages all meticulously researched. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.

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1910s National Old Trails Road (Ocean to Ocean Highway) marker

This road ran from New York to Los Angeles and was a precursor to U. S. highway 66. Several variants of this highway marker exist, including two- and three-colored styles asshown here.

The sign is 15 inches on each diagonal side. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

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1910s Colorado to Gulf Highway marker

This road ran from Denver to the Port of Galveston and was a precursor to U. S. highway 87 and U. S. highway 287.

The sign is either 24 by 8, or 12 by 4 inches. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Available with left, right, or double arrow.

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1910s yellow diamond guide sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the California State Auto Association all over the west: primarily in California, but also in Nevada, Utah, Colorado, and as far east as Kansas. It was used from around 1915 to 1927.

The sign is 18 inches on each diagonal side. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Customized to your specifications, with old auto trail names, destinations (including old ghost towns), and mileages all meticulously researched. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.

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1910s red, white, and blue guide sign

This style of guide sign was placed by the Auto Club of Southern California all over the southwest, including along Route 66. It was used from 1915 to 1927.

The sign is 24 by 18 inches. It is porcelain enamel on steel, just like classic signs were made back in the day.

Customized to your specifications, with old auto trail names, destinations (including old ghost towns), and mileages all meticulously researched. All fonts, layouts, and colors guaranteed completely accurate.

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1976 Bikecentennial route sign

This marker was placed along the transcontinental Bikecentennial route that was devised in 1976. Here is the original 1976 design, complete with American flag colors.

The sign is 24 by 18 inches. It is printed using cutting-edge technology, to replicate accurately the look of classic Silver Scotchlite sheeting.

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Can't find exactly the sign you are looking for? We are always happy to make you a custom highway marker to your specifications!

Take a look at the shield generator program, which allows you to design your own highway markers.

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