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Address LETTERS!

Posted by cfvh (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 12, 13 at 18:40

Hello everyone!

We have a house that we're renovating into owner and tenant units. We have our house numbers already sorted out but I've done a very cursory search and have been unable to find *letters*. We would rather have 123A and 123B rather than 123-1 and 123-2...

Here is a picture we took at one of the big box stores, we like the general font, but couldn't find any letters made by the manufacturer (middle row):

Anyone have any links to good online sources for letters? Thanks!

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RE: Address LETTERS!

Hi, In the past I've had to specify letters for a multifamily project. What I could find at the time (that matched the numbers) was really minimal. Needless to say I was very surprised and disappointed. Afterwards, I realized that I have great numbers and letters in my own back yard. Wish I knew then, what I know now! I'm happy to put a link because they have beautiful numbers and letters and they are nice folks. Good Luck, Laurie

Here is a link that might be useful: modern house numbers

RE: Address LETTERS!

You might try Restoration Hardware - expensive, but nice.

RE: Address LETTERS!

Check on ebay...lots there.

RE: Address LETTERS!

Check, too! I got a custom steel, powder coated address marker for a very reasonable price (like, in the $20-30 range). The seller I bought from was SteelGooseMetalArt. Good luck!

RE: Address LETTERS!

Thank you all so very much for your suggestions! We are looking over them.

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