Here’s How You Can Buy The Old Pensacola Beach Sign, Some Assembly Required

October 16, 2019

The old Pensacola Beach sailfish sign is for sale, and you have a chance to buy it, some assembly required.

Escambia County will sell the iconic sign during a live public auction Tuesday, October  22. The auction includes two sailfish signs, starburst sign and the arrow sign.

Live bidding will commence Tuesday, Oct. 22 at 11 a.m. in the Pensacola Beach Sheriff’s substation parking lot, located at 43 Fort Pickens Road.

The purchaser will be responsible for the winning bid, plus 7.5% sales tax, and the total must be paid by close of business Wednesday, October 23. Payment will only be accepted in the following forms: cash, certified check, company check, cashier’s check and money order.

The winning bidder must remove the signs within 10 days of the auction and must provide their own transportation and loading assistance. The removal of all signs will require the use of a crane. A Florida Department of Transportation permit will be required if the starburst sign is taken off the beach.


3 Responses to “Here’s How You Can Buy The Old Pensacola Beach Sign, Some Assembly Required”

  1. tg on October 16th, 2019 11:57 am

    Everybody call or email Frank Patti to buy this sign and put it out front.The shipyard can install it. LETS GO FOR IT!

  2. Wayne on October 16th, 2019 9:25 am

    At tg…thats a great idea….the Patties go back in Pensacola history a long time

  3. tg on October 16th, 2019 8:01 am

    Hoping Frank Patti will buy it and install it in front of Pattis Seafood.

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