A-Frame Sign Face Plate
A replacement or magnetic faceplate for your George & Willy A-Frame Sign.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS FOR THE MAGNETIC FACEPLATE ONLY - THE BRACKET IS NOT INCLUDED.
• Compatible with our Magnet Letters
• Arrives blank, ready for your own branding
• Lifetime Warranty
• Enjoy 100 Day Returns
• Plastic-Free Packaging
Hanging Face: 18"/4cm (H) x 18"/46cm (W)
Tracked Courier Rates from:
$10 USD within the United States via FedEx
$12 CAD to Canada via FedEx
For orders outside of the USA, customs fees may apply.
Returns are accepted within 100 days of receiving your order. For more info, please see our Returns and Exchanges policy.
Do you also brand the A-Frame Sandwich Boards or do you only sell them as blanks?
We only supply the A-Frame sandwich boards as blanks. However, the A-Frame Sign is really easy to get branded by a signwriter.
Can the A-Frame Sign and Magnetic Faceplate be used outside?
We would not recommend using the magnetic faceplate outside, as it is crafted from steel which is susceptible to corrosion and rust.
Where do I get the A-Frame Sandwich Board branded?
You can get the A-Frame Sandwich Board branded at your local signwriter. If you send them your logo and tell them it is going on a 46cm x 46cm faceplate they will be able to get it applied for you.
How big is the faceplate on the metal A-Frame Sign?
The faceplate on the metal A-Frame Sign measures 46cm (H) x 46cm (W).
Is the A-Frame Sign suitable for high wind areas?
The sidewalk A-frame Sign is suitable for low to mid wind areas and if you are concerned, we recommend purchasing the sandbags to go with your A-Frame Sign, available here.
Do you make the sidewalk sign in a different size?
Yes! We also have the Large Sidewalk Sign, and for something slightly different, the Chalk Sandwich Boardworks great with a chalk message or vinyl sticker decal. We do also sell a Countertop Sign, which is a smaller tabletop version of the A-Frame Sign.
Applying a vinyl sticker
All of our Signs arrive blank, ready for you to apply your own branding from your local signwriter. It's much easier than it sounds, so we thought we'd show you how.