Personalized USMC American Carved Wood Flag, Split (Black) Wooden Patriotic Plaque For Military

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Official Hobbyist of the USMC; License number 20089

Perfect combination of the American flag and the Marine Corps that has been engraved with precision and detail. This would make a great Fathers day gift, deployment gift, retirement gift or just because. It would look great in office, study, Man cave or bar area.



Made of solid wood ( premium pine)  that has been painted black color. The engraved/carved areas are left a natural wood tone. It measures 24 inches wide and 12 inches high. Comes with hanging hardware attached. Recommended for indoor use only. Easel is not included, it is for display purposes only. We ship USPS priority. Can be personalized a max of 75 characters, Would be great for a new bootcamp graduate, officer, enlisted or veteran. 


Each sign is an original since we hand pain and stain, no two signs are exactly the same, but very similar. Due to the natural character of wood, sometimes you will have cracks, knots and chips so imperfections are present. We make no effort to cover these up as they enhance the natural beauty of your custom sign.

Thank you for your interest, please contact us if you have any questions.

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04/17/2020
miranda
United States United States
fantastic

Just received my order! It looks fantastic! I’m so excited to give it to my husband for his birthday so we can get it hanging on the wall! Thank you so much!

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03/12/2020
Audrie
United States United States
Perfect

Order this for my son’s boot camp graduation, it is absolutely perfect and looks even better than I imagined. Came very well packaged and wrapped. I would order from this vendor again! Thank you for the beautiful work and forget memory of his graduation