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Royal Automobile Club Belgium Sign

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Royal Automobile Club Belgium Sign

Enamel Sign for the Royal Automobile Club Belgium. This RAC sign is red with a yellow royal crown. Made by Emaillerie Belge Brussels. These Mid-Century Signs were used when automobile rally took place. They were placed close to race-course like Nivelles, Spa – Francorchamps, Zolder, Jules Tacheny.
At the right under corner there was space left to hang a little sign with the year of the event. Automobilia Collectables – Mancave Decoration.

Specifications Porcelain Sign Automobilia

Dimensions:
L 44 x D 1,1 x H 52,3 cm
L 44 x D 1,1 x H 8 cm
Origin: Belgium
Period: Mid-20th Century
Materials: Enamel
Condition: Photos are part of the description

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