Our replica of the classic Texas State Wildlife Refuge shield is a precise duplicate of the black and yellow porcelain signs used in the 1930s. Under the name of the relevant authority, the State of Texas Game, Fish, and Oyster Commission, is a depiction of two quail. Below that is the phrase “Wildlife Refuge/Federal Aid Project”. The sign is very similar to the federal wildlife refuge sign, although that sign has a different color scheme, and a goose instead of a quail.
Original signs of this style do still exist, but they inevitably cost many hundreds of dollars on the collector’s market. Here is your chance to get one for a fraction of the price.
Our Texas State Wildlife Refuge sign is printed on steel with great gloss to replicate the old-school porcelain look. This sign is made right here in the USA, to the highest standards of quality. We offer it in its original size, 13½ by 15 inches. We also have an extra-large version, 26 by 31 inches. Both versions include two convenient mounting holes.
Looking for a sign you don’t see on our website? We’re happy to make one up for you! We can make just about any road sign, from anywhere in the world. Just contact Jake to get started on your custom order.