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This beautiful blue sign features a red crab and the custom name of your seafood restaurant

Personalized Crab Shack Pub Sign

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From $29.95

The custom crab shack sign is perfect for a vacation cabin or beach home. We’ll personalize with the name of the crab shack, the owner/crabber’s name and a year for no extra cost!

Available in vintage or classic style. Select below to view each design.

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Product Description

Both crab fishermen and anyone who enjoys crab will love displaying this vintage-inspired Personalized Crab Shack Pub Sign. Ideal for decorating a beach or vacation home or fishing cabin, this colorful red, white and blue sign features a lively image of a crab, the phrase “fresh crab daily”, the name of the owner/crabber and established date.

  • Sign available in vintage or classic shape.
  • Vintage style measures 10 3/4" x 15 1/2" x 1/4".
  • Classic style measures 9" x 12".
  • Arrives ready to hang.
  • Design printed onto sturdy composite wood base.

Product Information

Sign Style

Vintage ($39.95), Classic ($29.95)

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