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Sign Painter in the Washington DC area?

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Mike Jackson
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Sign Painter in the Washington DC area?

Post by Mike Jackson »

I received this by email....
Hello friends,
I am looking for a traditional sign painter in the Washington DC area. We have a historic public market that has continuously operated since the early 1880s, when it was established.
The inside merchants are looking for a traditional sign painter to do their signs.
Do you have any members of the Letterheads in this area? And/or is there anyone that you can recommend?

I look forward to hearing from you,
Barbara Fahs Charles

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Interpretive Planning & Design for Museums
731 8th Street. SE, Suite 302
Washington DC 20003
Mobile: 202 460 9050
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Re: Sign Painter in the Washington DC area?

Post by Nathaniel Buckner »

Greetings from Washington DC!
I'm nowhere near ready to accept work for pay but I can recommend several very skilled folks that service the DC/MD/VA area.

Did anyone every get back to her?

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