I made this big sign for my friends shop. I think everyone should have a "when established" sign up in the business for luck. I made one years ago for another friends shop. It had a duck on it though. My friend, the one this one is for, worked in our other friends shop until he closed. Jeff has Lou Gherrigs (spelling?) disease and was forced to close his shop. Crying shame.
I know it's not a "professional" made sign, but hey, I think it looks "ok'. What do you guys think?
Sorry, the guy that I made the sign for bought him out. He done most of Jeffs work just before he closed up shop. He kept the money coming in for him while he was in the hospital with tests and things like that. There's really not that much in a shop if you think about it. Hand tools, power tools and battery tools, scraping boards, a fleshing machine, a bird flesher, pickle tank, two sided deep sink, deep freezers, a refridgerator, airbrush and air compressor, a couple of home made tables, some desks and two or three adjustable work stands. I know it may sound like alot, but it's not. The most expensive item you'll have to get is the fleshing machine. :hammering:
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