DESCRIPTION: Printed during the time of the Civil War. Reflects fashions worn in the movie "Gone With The Wind".
PRINT TONE: Hand-tinted Color
DATE PRINTED: 1865
This beautiful rare black & white antique/vintage art print is over 100 years old!
PRINT STYLE: Engraving
SIZE: The overall dimensions of the print (including margins) are approximately 9" X 5" 1/2 inches.
Please note above measurements as my auction image may look smaller or larger than actual print.
CONDITION: Foxing (yellow or brown age marks/spots) throughout print.
No rips or tears. Uneven lefthand margin. Marks and/or stains only add to the aged look of this beautiful antique print!
A "How To Care For Your Antique Print" guide is included with your order.
(Hades Muse copyright protection mark does not appear on actual print).
This Antique Art Print would look gorgeous matted & framed. What a wonderful & unique gift for yourself or someone special. One of the pleasures of life is owning a real piece of 19th Century Art!
Also great for crafts - perfect for collage, scrap-booking, cards, mixed media arts, etc.
PLEASE NOTE: This FRAMEABLE print is from a rare/scarce art book.
The reverse side of the print is blank.
Some prints may be off center, or have uneven edges. The print is untrimmed. Any trimming of the print is left to the buyer.
There is text below the image.
* This is NOT a recent reproduction or copy but a GENUINE authentic antique print from the date stated - money back guarantee! I do not sell modern reproductions. The print is much crisper and more detailed than my picture shows. Please always note measurements above, as the image may appear larger or smaller than the actual print.
Note: Engravings, photogravures, chromolithograph's, typogravures (steel engravings), lithographs etc. that I offer are prints, i.e. an image(s) printed on paper from the date specified.
Terminology: The specific designation of each antique print, which is also indicated at the top of my auction pages (Engraving, Photogravure, etc.), is based on the technique used to produce it.
I have 16 years of studying antiquarian paper. Please email me with any questions you have.
Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.