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Letterbox signs

It’s nice to have a letterbox sign, and it also clearly indicates to the world who lives in the home or who the letterbox belongs to. A letterbox sign might not be an actual requirement from the paperboy or postman, but it makes their work easier and ensures you get your post. A letterbox name plate is also a first welcoming gesture for visitors.

The plastic signs are 1.6 mm thick.

When selecting a sign to fix to a letterbox, there are several important aspects to consider. Apart from choosing the right colour, shape and design, it can be useful to review some of the more common text types that can be found on letterbox signs.

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Examples of Letterbox signs

Created with Fabric.js 3.4.0

Plastic sign engraving

80 x 25 mm

5.83 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.7.9 No unsolicited mail please

Plastic sign engraving

153 x 38 mm

10.05 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.6.6 Marc and Jenn Smith no junk mail please

Plastic sign engraving

100 x 30 mm

6.21 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.6.6 Dear Postman, Thank You for delivering  our post every day, Mrs. Clark

Plastic sign engraving

150 x 65 mm

12.64 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.6.6 Mr. & Mrs. Adams 31 Julian Ave

Plastic sign engraving

90 x 90 mm

12.72 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.6.6 The Johnson Family no junk mail please and thank you

Plastic sign engraving

120 x 50 mm

8.46 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.6.6 326 OXFORD STREET

Plastic sign engraving

190 x 45 mm

11.50 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.6.6 Mary James 25B

Vinyl text

80 x 37 mm

12.34 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.6.6 The Fosters No junk mail please

Aluminium sign

70 x 40 mm

41.46 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.7.22 Anne and Marc Wilkinson

Aluminium sign

100 x 50 mm

36.56 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.7.3 NO JUNK MAIL pretty please!

Decal

81 x 31 mm

6.64 NZD

Created with Fabric.js 1.7.9 Claire & Robert Smith

Vinyl text

83 x 30 mm

12.23 NZD

Designing a suitable letterbox sign

Name label on letterbox

This is a smaller form of letterbox sign. In terms of text, it normally only features a surname or business name. A name label is a simple way of indicating who lives or works in a building.

“Lives here” sign 

This is a more personal version of a letterbox name plate. Below the name, you can include the text “lives here”, which of course in one sense is obvious, but it makes your letterbox sign more welcoming. 

Last name/full name 

A name plate for a letterbox can include either just the last name of the people living in the house, or both their first name and surname. This is a matter of taste, but for those living in an apartment block where several people may have the same last name, it might be useful to also include the first name on the letterbox.

Address 

In addition to including a name on a letterbox sign, it is also possible to print the address. This can prove useful if, for instance, there is no sign on the outside of the building showing the address, thus making it easier for delivery men and postmen.

Choose a letterbox sign with care – even a small sign can convey important information.