Florida State Road A1A highway marker (1945)



State Road A1A—officially Atlantic 1 Alternate, because it is an alternate to U.S. Route 1—connects beach communities along the Atlantic Coast of Florida. It exists in several segments, starting and stopping as geography and the need for such a highway dictates. Cities served by a segment of Route A1A include St. Augustine, Daytona Beach, Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Miami Beach, and Key West.

Our Florida State Road A1A marker is made according to the exact state standards in use when the highway was first designated. It shows a map of Florida, along with the text “FLORIDA” and “A1A” in the classic block font. Florida introduced this sign design in 1945, and it remained in use until 1956. We have recreated of this classic sign with the exact layout and fonts accurate to that time period.

Our Florida State Road A1A marker is flat printed on steel. We offer it in the original size, 16 by 16 inches, as well as rescalings down to 12 inches square, and up to 24 or 36 inches square, to suit your exact display needs. (We can, of course, make these signs in any size or with any route number you like! Contact Jake to get started on your custom order.)

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12 in. × 12 in., 16 in. × 16 in., 24 in. × 24 in., 36 in. × 36 in.

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