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Ramsign Custom Porcelain Enamel Sign Giveaway!

Time for a Giveaway!  

I was contacted recently by Ramsign, a Danish company that makes porcelain enamel signs.   Their signs are old fashioned in design and are hand stenciled onto thick, glossy enamel.  Each sign comes with a 30 year warranty.  Ramsign makes all sorts of custom and personalized porcelain enamel signs.  
Generously, they have offered one of my readers a choice of any of the house number signs they offer.  


This is my favorite numeral sign...so European!  It's called Engelhardt and retails for $69.
I just love this sign posted on the fence exterior.  How cute is this!?!
I also like this personalized sign which includes a name and address.  This is from the Highlander collection.
Here are some other examples of the porcelain enamel signs by Ramsign.
This one is from the Lighthouse series.
 Serious cottage charm!


 This sign is from the Metropolitan collection.


Ramsign ships free to any location in the world! 
There are five ways to enter for this giveaway which ends on August 31st.  The winner will be selected via random.org based upon the number of entries.

1st entry) Visit Ramsign and let me know which house number sign you'd select by leaving a comment.

2nd entry) Follow my blog and leave a comment letting me know you're a follower

3rd entry) Tweet or FB about the giveaway and leave a link to your tweet or post as a comment

4th entry) Like me on FB.  I am English Transferware and you can find me HERE  Please leave another comment to let me know you're a FB fan.

5th entry) Purchase any item in my English Transferware shop or from Ramsign before the giveaway ends and you can have an additional entry.  Please leave the order # as a comment so that I can verify.

Please make sure that I am able to contact you if you are the winner.  

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  1. I love the Englehardt the best! I seriously need a sign, the UPS man keeps getting lost! xo,

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  2. I am a happy follower of your blog! xo,

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  3. I've always been a follower as I love your blog and post with your gorgeous transferware. Thank you Nancy for the chance on this great giveaway. Lots of hugs. FABBY

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  4. I am a follower and one of these signs would be so cute with my house!!!

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  5. I really like the Metropolitan!

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  6. I do follow your blog and would love to be part of the giveaway! The first sign on the picket fence is my fav. So cute!

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  7. Hi Nancy, I'm a follower!

    Blessings,
    Marilyn

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  8. I'll get them all in one comment for ya! I've been a follower for a long while. I like the Metropolitan style sign. I liked you on FB and I posted about the giveaway here: https://www.facebook.com/AFineFeatheredNest

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  9. Thank you so much for offering this lovely giveaway.. Here's the link to my FB post:
    https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1356080459

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  10. And I found you on facebook too.. and like you ;-)...
    thanks again for this chance at your most fabulous giveaway..
    xo marlis

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  11. I thought I was already following.. I guess just cause you read by email doesn't link to the other.. Thanks again for another chance at this giveaway.. xo marlis

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  12. And I'd pick Metropolitain - love that blue.. with the four number house signs.. so cute.. thanks again.. xo marlis

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  13. Oh, I love these signs! My favorite is the oval personalized one from Highlander! I liked you on FB too! I've been a follower of yours for a long time now!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  14. Hi Nancy
    I like the Metropolitan signs :o) Thank you for this opportunity to win a sign

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  15. I like the Metropolitan
    House Number
    Size: 4.3" x 8.3"
    cjcmommy@gmail.com

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  16. I am following you in google.
    cjcmommy@gmail.com

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  17. I like you on facebook. (Charlene Canfield)
    cjcmommy@gmail.com

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  18. I would get the Highlander nameplate in typeface 4. Perfect wedding gift for my daughter.

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  19. I have been a follower for quite a while.

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  20. i like the ENGELHARDT

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  21. gfc follower
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  23. gustosa giveaways like you on fb
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  24. I like the LighthouseArched Address Plaque

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  25. I'm partial to the Round or Oval ones... but each is fabulous! I adore the European Enamel signs and they're so hard to find here in the US.

    Dawn... The Bohemian

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  26. I like the round Engelhardt.
    Connie Haack
    c48444 at msn dot com

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  27. I am a follower!
    Connie Haack
    c48444 at msn dot com

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  28. From the Ramsign website, the house number sign I like best is the Metropolitan design.

    Thanks for the great giveaway. ~Pauline

    dod@rogers.com

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  29. I am following your blog publically with Google Friend Connect. GFC ID: dod

    dod@rogers.com

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  30. I tweeted about your giveaway:

    http://twitter.com/#!/bullittmilner/status/106656682054123520

    dod@rogers.com

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  31. I am a fan of yours on Facebook. My Facebook ID is Pauline Milner Pike.

    dod@rogers.com

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  32. These signs are gorgeous! The Highlander is my favorite.

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  33. The round Engelhardt!
    dmb161@aol.com

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  34. Those signs are so pretty, they would add great interest to the outside of my house, I think. I am a follower.
    Hugs, Cindy

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  35. I just found you and am excited about this giveaway! I am now a FACEBOOK fan.

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  36. I like the Metropolitan Arched Address Plaque

    tnshadylady at gmail.com

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  37. I'm back again...just visited the Ramsign site and I REALLY LOVE the Highlander collection...really...a LOT. Hope I'm a winner!

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  38. I'd choose the Englehardt house number sign.

    melacan at hotmail dot com

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  39. I'd select the Engelhardt House Number sign.
    fastkat at gmail dot com

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  40. I am a happy follower.
    xo bj

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  41. I love the Engelhardt, too.

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  42. I liked you on Face Book.
    Thanks so much for giving us a chance to win.
    xo bj

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  43. I love the bottle in a basket. I have it on my "list"
    Thanks.

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  44. I really like the Metropolitan style.

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  45. I like to the Metropolitan design.

    pd6914 at gmail dot com

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  46. Liked you on FB as Laura C. of Passiveincomedorm

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  47. I like the classic Highlander. I'd love it on my house- no one ever sees the house number on my mailbox- it's incorporated into the ironwork! Go figure?! LOL Great give-away, Nancy. :-) Sue

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  48. And yes, I'm a follower! :-) Sue

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  49. if we won, we would like the HighlanderHouse Number sign
    brendawitherspoon at hotmail dot com

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  50. i follow this blog via gfc
    brendawitherspoon at hotmail dot com

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  51. shared on fb
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  52. liked you on fb
    Brenda Witherspoon-Bedard
    brendawitherspoon at hotmail dot com

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  53. I love the Metropoltan style. Love your blog,.

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  54. Also liked you on FB

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  55. I follow your blog on RSS. Love it

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  56. Aw, the Metropolitan Oval rocks my world! Thanks for such a nice giveaway!

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  57. I would get the Highlander Square Address Plaque!

    Trudy
    onlyjustine at yahoo dot com

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  58. I like the Lighthouse Series, breezy!

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  59. Like on FB (jc loh), thanks for the lovely giveaway.

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  60. My favorite is the Metropolitan. Thanks for sharing such generous giveaway!

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  61. Hi Nancy, just left your Etsy shop, girl I would love to have each and every one of your beautiful dishes. What fun to sit and drool.. I love the Highlander. What fun it would be to drive up and see it each day. How generous of you to have this giveaway.. I'm your newest follower on Facebook.. Would love if you have the time to follow my blog as well. hugs ~lynne~

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  62. I love the Englehardt the best!

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  63. The Engelhardt - Oval Address Plaque is FABULOUS ! We just bought our first house so this would awesome.

    lynsif@gmail.com

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  64. I liked English Transferware on FB.

    LynsiFarrell

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  65. I posted about your giveaway on my blog


    I already have you on my sidebar

    Janice

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  66. I love Metropolitan House Number Design!

    Thank you for the chance!

    ksyshenka(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  67. GFC follower (ksyshenka)

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  68. Tweeted:

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    (@oksana2372)

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  69. I like you on FB!

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  70. Enjooyed the pics of the English and French houses. Thanks.

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