28 Weeks Later

Electrocution Hazard Sign

Stock #91157

"Welcome to London."

A danger sign made from the production of Juan Carlos Fresnadillo’s 2007 horror sequel 28 Weeks Later.

Six months have passed since the Rage virus wiped out much of the UK population. As refugees return to the desolate city of London, father Don (Robert Carlyle) is reunited with his children Tammy (Imogen Poots) and Andy (Mackintosh Muggleton). But when Don’s lost wife Alice (Catherine McCormack) – a carrier of the Rage virus – is found, a new outbreak brings the city to its knees.

Although not obviously seen on screen, warning signs such as this can be spotted around District One, the safe haven where a US-led military force are beginning to rebuild Britain after the rage virus destroyed it in 28 Days Later.

The piece is white and red with lettering that reads 'DANGER - ELECTROCUTION HAZARD - THIS FENCE IS ELECTRIFIED - KEEP CLEAR' and a small red emblem for 'Operation Rising Dawn' in the bottom right corner.

Made from thin medium density fibreboard it has some scratches and scuffs from production use and storage, but remains in an overall good condition.

Materials: MDF.

Item size - 8.07" x 16.93" x 0.12" (20.5cm x 43cm x 0.3cm)

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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