Hemmed & Grommetted
A Pair of 12" x 24"
3mil Heavy Duty Vehicle Magnetics
Any Design / Any Color
with Rounded corners for increased wind resistance!
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The use of commercial signage has a very ancient history. Retail signage and promotional signs appear to have developed independently in the East and the West. Recent research suggests that China exhibited a rich history of early retail signage systems. Eckhart and Bengtsson have argued that during the Song Dynasty (960–1127), Chinese society developed a consumerist culture, where a high level of consumption was attainable for a wide variety of ordinary consumers rather than just the elite. The rise of a consumer culture led to the commercial investment in carefully managed company image, retail signage, symbolic brands, trademark protection and sophisticated brand concepts.
The ancient Egyptians and Romans were known to use signage. In ancient Rome, signboards were usually made from stone or terracotta, and Greeks are known to have used signs also. Many Roman examples are preserved, among them the widely recognized bush to indicate a tavern, from which is derived the proverb "Good wine needs no bush". Apart from the bush, certain identifiable trade signs that survive into modern times include the three balls of pawnbrokers and the red and white barber's pole. Of the signs identified with specific trades, some of these later evolved into trademarks. This suggests that the early history of commercial signage is intimately tied up with the history of branding and labelling.