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WHAT SIZE ?

A lot will depend on several factors, such as the length of the Title or Heading, what subheadings are needed, and if inscription/s and a crest/badge is to be included?

The information shown here may be of some assistance, but do remember we offer without any obligation, to email you a layout of your specific design once you decide on the content.

The calculations shown here have allowed for a normal sized, single line 'Header or Title' (can be underlined), then a subheading of a slightly bolder or smaller style, followed by updates in a traditional typestyle, normally 15mm to 20mm high.


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300mm wide
x
1200mm high

honourboard

caters for
1 column across
( date and single name)

with approximately 40 names deep
400mm wide
x
1200mm high

honourboard

caters for
1 column across
( date and double name)

with approximately 40 names deep
600mm wide
x
1200mm high

honourboard

caters for
2 columns across
( date and two
single names)

with
approximately
40 names
deep
1200mm wide  x  1200mm high

honourboard

caters for 4/5 columns across
( date and mixture of names)

with
approximately
40 names
deep
2400mm wide  x  1200mm high  honourboard

caters for 9 columns across

with approximately 40 names deep


OR

if fiited 1200mm high x 2400mm wide

caters for 4/5 columns wide

with approximately 80 names deep
800mm wide
x
1200mm high

honourboard

caters for
3 columns across
( date and three
single names)

with
approximately
40 names
deep
All honourboards can be made to any specific size requirements and text can be condensed
to  fit as needed.

These examples do not include space for Crests/logos or any base inscriptions, or any elaborate framing or surround.

We can offer the inclusion of the traditional club crest or logo, which you will see in samples shown in our gallery, for  closer detail . . . .
click here.