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FARO GAME - Old West Sign

 
Was: $84.50
Now: $68.50
SKU:
S-FARO
Size:
24 x 16
Category:
Large wood sign
Type:
Old West Collection
Hanging:
Holes in corners
Qty:
 
 
 
(CLICK ON THE PICTURE TO SEE THE RUGGED HANDCRAFTED DETAILS) For a little history of FARO please read below. Part of our Handcrafted Old West Collection, this large 24 x 16 FARO sign looks like a vintage piece pulled straight from the history of the old west. This sign makes a great statement, a perfect gift, and will be comented on by everyone who sees it. DETAILS and CRAFTSMANSHIP Each of these rugged, solid wood signs have real character and are made to look aged, as if they were just pulled out of the wild west. Each is handcrafted in the USA and has the feel authenticity. They have knots, distress marks, and a faded look to resemble the natural aging process. This sign has a wood molding boarder. No two are exactly the same which adds to how amazing these pieces are. Perfect wall accent for your home, dorm, or office. Due to the handcrafting time and effort that go into our Old West collection signs, inventory is keep low. This sign normally ships in 5-7 business days. FARO Faro is a card game, a descendant of Basset. It enjoyed great popularity during the 18th century, particularly in England and France, and in the 19th Century in the United States, particularly in the Old West, where it was practiced by faro dealers such as Doc Holliday and Wyatt Earp. A game of faro was often called a -faro bank-. It was played with an entire pack of playing cards and admitted an indeterminate number of players, termed -punters-, and a -banker-. Chips (called -checks-) were purchased by the punter from the banker or house from which the game originated. Bet values and limits were set by the house. Usual check values were 50 cents to $10 each. -wikipedia.org High Hand Designs - Best selling poker shirts, hats poker signs and gaming décor

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