Vintage Original Stanford University Street Sign - Raimundo Way

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Original Stanford University Vintage medal street sign. The sign measures 24 inches by 6 inches and is for "Raimundo Way." The sign was acquired when the university swapped out all its street signs 30+ years ago. It is a unique and rare item. Condition is as you would expect for a vintage street sign with usual wear and a bit of rust but in great shape overall. Not a reproduction. The name of the street is in raised black lettering. 

Raimundo Way runs down from Cedro Way to Pine Hill II, crosses Stanford Avenue and then winds through Frenchman's Hill to Peter Coutts Road, just opposite Peter Coutts Circle.

According to Richard W. Cottle's 2005 work produced for the University titled, Stanford Street Names, Raimundo Way refers to Rancho Canada de Raymundo, a large Mexican land grant situated in today's San Mateo County.