1 Fine Vintage Dutch Netherlands Enamel Garden Erkende Camping Site ANWB Advertising Sign. A feature that stands out is the great stylish shaped design of this enamel sign. Erkende translates from Dutch as meaning Recognised. Made from Vitreous enamel over sheet metal.
The Royal Dutch Touring Club ANWB is a travellers association in the Netherlands, supporting all modes of travel. It is responsible for traffic signs and signage on roads & trails. It also provides test reports, travel services and roadside assistance and is comparable to the German ADAC and the British Automobile Association (AA). The ANWB was founded on July 1st 1883 in Utrecht by members of the Velocipede clubs in the Haque & Haarlem under the name Nederlandsche Vélocipèdisten- Bond. The club then had 200 members. Two years later the name was changed to Algemene Nederlandsche Wielrijders-Bond, where the abbreviation A.N.W.B. comes from.
Highly sought after by collectors.
Superb for a TV Film studio, theatre, stage, advert props shop or camping site. For display indoors or outdoors. It has some screw holes ready for you to screw onto your wall, no screws are included. Circa late 20th century.
Condition report. Offered in fine old charming used worn condition. Having various noticeable wear, rust, scratches, scuffs, stains, loss of enamel, in places commensurate with usage & age.
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Dimensions in inches & centimetres are approximate
11.02" High (28cm)
14.96" Width (38cm)
0.78" Length depth thickness (2cm)