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All of my signs are inspired by ACTUAL, REAL-LIFE SIGNS, immortalised by fans of humorous translation all over the world.

They are handmade with care, cut from 3mm (1/8 inch) thick plastic (acrylic perspex) with vinyl-cut lettering applied on top.

They weigh almost nothing and can be put up using Velcro dots, Blu-Tac or double-sided tape. You can even drill holes in them to screw or nail them down.

They'll last years both inside or out, and can be washed with a soft cloth and soapy water.

Whether for yourself, or as a gift for a colleague, friend or family, I have the sign for you! Just browse my shop, you won't be disappointed.


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Sign: Hard Times

Size: 230 x 115mm (9" x 4 1/2") Please refer to second image

Thickness: 3mm (1/8") Please refer to third image

Colours: Red and black lettering on white, White lettering on black, White lettering on red.
Please refer to fourth image, and remember to tell me which colour you want when purchasing.

Material: Acrylic Perspex

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Shipping and Handling

I will always endeavour to ship your order within 24 hours of purchase, however, please allow up to 5 business days after payment for handling. All items will be shipped via Australia Post in heavy-duty padded envelopes. Shipping times are 1-3 business days for Australian orders and 3-10 business days for international orders.

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Copyright © 2012 Michael Bancroft.

Happy Shopping and thank you very moth!

Funny Chinglish Sign - Hard Times


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Acrylic Perspex, Vinyl
  • Ships worldwide from Australia
  • Feedback: 1031 reviews
  • Favorited by: 59 people