The Hoarde -

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On my travels, it's become apparent that a clearly visible, hard wearing and aesthetically pleasing door number is a difficult thing to find... Subsequently I've been putting my efforts into collecting as wide a range of vintage, enamel door numbers as possible. Enamel signage has been favoured for decades for it's hard wearing and virtually weather proof nature; it also provides bright and vibrant colours; in this instance the iconic blue and white combination.

This particular door number plaque is mid-century (c.1950) and comes from the Eastern Bloc (probably Bulgaria). It's my understanding that the door number is set below the street name. This particular example is 'pot-bellied' / domed which is less common...
Over the decades the sign has weathered nicely; the number is still bright and visible, but with a little enamel loss and some discolouration around the outer edges it's developed the sort of patina / character that just can't be reproduced.

The plaque can be displayed using it's original mounting holes and measures 11.3cm wide x 10.3cm high and the price includes UK mainland delivery.
  • Period: 1950s
    • Price: £28.00
    • €31 Euro
    • $34 US Dollar
  • Location: London
    • Dimensions: H: 10.3cm (4.06in)
    • W: 11.3cm (4.45in)
    • D: 1cm (0.39in)