Handcrafted wooden welcome sign showcases the full-color Civil War art of John Paul Strain and is personalized with family name. Made in the U.S.A.
Measures 10" W x 14" H
Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, J.E.B. Stuart and James Longstreet - their names and legacy are still revered to this day. Now these iconic Southern leaders receive a bold tribute in this first-of-a-kind Civil War personalized welcome sign, exclusively from The Bradford Exchange. Personalized with your family's name, this custom Confederate decoration proudly showcases your Southern admiration wherever you choose to display it.
Expertly handcrafted by master artisans, this dramatic wooden welcome sign features the full-color Civil War art of acclaimed historic artist John Paul Strain, capturing the South's most celebrated generals crossing the Potomac. With meticulous attention to uniform details of the period, remarkable physical likenesses drawn from historic archives and even an accurate depiction of Lee's horse, Traveller, this is a rare personalized Confederate decoration that's not to be missed. Strong demand is expected, so don't wait to secure yours. Order now!
- Celebrate a legacy of Confederate leadership with this Civil War personalized welcome sign, exclusively from The Bradford Exchange
- Personalize it! Provide your family name to create a one-of-a-kind tribute to your Southern pride; see your personalized welcome sign now, before you buy, with the convenient preview function above
- Handcrafted wooden welcome sign features the full-color Civil War artwork of acclaimed historic artist John Paul Strain
- Personalized welcome sign showcases John Paul Strain's iconic image of Confederate General Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, J.E.B. Stuart, James Longstreet and others crossing the Potomac on horseback
- Makes a great way to show your admiration for the Land of Dixie, and a bold Confederate decoration too
- Hanging device included for immediate and secure display
- Made in the U.S.A.
- Measures 10" W x 14" H; 25.4 cm W x 35.6 cm H
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