Attention: For indoor use only.
- Width: 12 Inches
- Height: 18 Inches
- Material: 24 gauge US steel
- Shipping Weight: 2 lbs.
- Made in: USA
Metro Theatre Metal Sign 12 x 18 Inches
In 1924, legendary cinema designer Samuel H. Levin's latest venue opened to the public in San Francisco. Called The Metropolitan Theater, it served as home primarily to second run movies. Then, the theater was given a remarkable facelift through a costly modernization project, reopening its doors in 1941 as the flashier Metro Theatre. The Metro Theatre Metal Sign gives a feel for what the theater looked like shortly after its re-opening. Artist Larry Grossman has captured all of the beautiful details of the design of the theater, including its vintage facade and wonderful neon marquee. You even get a feel for the look of the city with classic cars cruising by and the sun setting in the distance.
The Metro Theatre Metal Sign is a 12-inch by 18-inch 24 gauge US steel sign that is fully sublimated to prevent peeling and flaking. The sign is constructed in the U.S. and has riveted drill holes for mounting in each corner. Its weight is just 2 pounds.