A clever twist on an antique art image that has been printed on an actual one of a kind antique 1949 Websters International Dictionary page.
The wonderful old illustrations and art prints are from my personal collection of old historical archival engraving plates and have been printed on the vintage Dictionary pages that become one of a kind art prints for your own walls. No two dictionary pages will be the same. The printed art image will match the one displayed but at a higher resolution without the watermark.
The Dictionary pages have been gently tacked to a sheet of black backing board and have been sleeved in a transparent bag with an adhesive flap.
The prints are either ready to frame or can actually be hung as is inside the clear bag.
Shipped with an additional cardboard protective sheet for extra rigid strength.
So clever and such a cost effective way to add vintage flair to your walls.
Size: Width 9" x Height 12" x Depth .15"
Weight: 2 ounces
Sold Individually or discounted in groups of two or three.
If buying more than one please select and purchase the quantity of prints you want, choose the first print at checkout and
indicate desired second or third prints in a message to me after placing your order so you won't be charged full price for each
additional prints. Thank you!
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Mar 2, 2023
One of my favorite shells to add to my new grouping of pictures. Thank you so much, Terry!