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Custom Bronze Plaques from Longview Graphics | Since 1994

Longview Graphics — designing and producing custom bronze & aluminum plaques for dedications, historic properties, churches, schools, residences, buildings, memorials, municipalities, offices and businesses since 1994.

My goal is to give you the best and most personal service I can, and to assure that you get exactly

the plaque you want for any purpose — any size or shape (small or large) at the best price possible.

Please call, email or use the contact  form today

for fast professional design, personal service and a great price!

Together, let's turn your ideas into something permanent!


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Plaques for Churches

Church Dedication Wall Plaque with Scripture

Business & Building Name Plaques


I would be honored to work

with you on your plaque project.

- Jim

Plaques for Dedication,

Appreciation & Recognition

Fire Station Dedication Wall Plaque

Plaques for Historic Houses & Properties


Memorial Plaques

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Address & Building Entrance Plaques

Cast Bronze Craftsman Style Address Plaque

ADA, Directional & Miscellaneous

ADA approved bronze room plaque wih braille
For centuries, bronze has been used to make plaques that are designed to last through the ages (as well as for sculptures, bells and many other objects.)   A new bronze plaque can give an impression of importance and permanence unmatched by other materials. Aluminum plaques give a somewhat more modern impression, with text and borders in a silver-gray color, rather than the golden hues of bronze. These plaques can be used indoors or outdoors, with mounting hardware for all types of walls.  Garden stakes and ground posts are also available.
Cast (or machine-tooled) plaques are frequently used for special recognition, for commemoration, appreciation or dedication, or as a memorial.  They may also project a very upscale look when used as a sign to identify a business, school, residence or church.
Metal plaques can also have etched copy into a substrate of stainless steel, brass, bronze or copper metal. Etching allows for signs with more detailed text or images than what is possible with casting, and is more practical when a thinner metal material is desired.

Contact Longview Graphics  today to get started!

Longview Graphics
Raleigh, NC