Country of Origin: Poland (pre-1939)
An army may march on it's stomach, but through most of the most intense periods of industrialized warfare in the 20th century, trains got 'em there!
The Poles made sure to do that in style, adorning their State Railway train cars (translating to Polskie Koleje Panstwowe - hence the P.K.P. Abbreviation)! These signs were a relatively common sight on traincars prior to the Second World War in Poland, as indicated the rarely seen crown on the ubiquitous Polish Eagle.
Forged and cut from heavy duty steel, these tough signs were remarkably well built, and have kept their colour and despite many decades of use. These absolutely remarkable signs can still be used as a wicked piece of home decor, or as a prized piece of a discerning collector.
Given that most of these signs were disposed of or destroyed in the immediate aftermath of the Second World War, and decades of communist rule in Poland - these signs are quite rare! We only have an extremely limited amount available, and given their rarity, once they're gone, they're gone!
These signs measure 9x7x0.5 inches, not too big, not too small, just enough to have your screaming "KURWA" when you see it hung up in all it's majesty on your wall!
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