Architectural Bronze "Carnegie Hall" Plaque - Comemmorative Sign

If the question is "How does one get to Carnegie Hall?", the answer no longer has to be "practice." Instead, just display this wonderful old solid bronze plaque and you're there.

This plaque has got to be the ultimate conversation piece commemorating one of the greatest philanthropists in US history, Andrew Carnegie. I knew I had to have it the moment I saw it. Architectural plaques like this are changed from time to time and occasionally come to market. Lucky you!

CONDITION is grand, just some natural verdigris and patina. Very heavy, over the 30 pound limit of my postal scale. Measures 18" x 24 1/8" x 1 1/8" thick.

Beautifully understated and elegant, this plaque speaks softly and delivers smiles all around. Channel your inner diva. Enjoy!

Item ID: RL-936


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$2,495 USD SOLD

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Marni Bakst, Verbank, NY   

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