Antique Georgian English Royal Mail Brass Sign ~ Robert Gray & Sons
Antique English brass metal wall sign. Embossed brass wall plaque made to advertise Robert Grays coaches which were employed by the Royal Mail in the 1780s until the company dissolved on Dec 27th 1823. This antique brass plaque originally would have been placed on the side of a regular mail stop inn on the way to London identifying it as a respite stop for the Royal service.
This original sign dates from between 1784 and 1823. Robert Gray and co were coach builders in Fleet Street during the Georgian period.
This antique brass plaque sign would make a great addition to your unique home decor, housewarming gift or as a birthday gift for any Royal mail collector.
Brass plaque measures 5" wide by 4" tall and weighs 1oz.
In great condition considering the age and use (please see all pictures as they form part of the condition description).
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