Sudbury, Massachusetts is a city in Middlesex County, in the Boston metro area. Our replica of the Sudbury city limit sign is made according to the 1950s standards for signs of this type. That means it’s a precise duplicate of the original signs posted along the roads leading into Sudbury. This style was in use until about 1975, when the signs changed to having a flat bottom. The sign shows the village’s name and its incorporation year of 1639.
Our Sudbury city limit sign is flat-printed on heavy, 14-gauge steel. This non-reflective sign is a great addition to any bar, garage, or man cave. Its glossy, weatherproof finish can withstand even the harshest New England winters when installed outside. We offer this sign in its original size, 36 in. × 32 in., as well as a number of scaled-down sizes for more convenient display, all the way down to 12 in. × 10⅔ in. All sizes have two pre-drilled mounting holes. (We’d be happy to make a sign like this for your town or city, whether in Massachusetts or elsewhere! We can also make just about any other type or style of sign, too. Just contact Jake to get started on your custom order.)