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Sometimes, a lot of the time, when you're dealing with the real world out there and the denizens that inhabit it, don't you just want to scream this out loud? Well, now you don't have to, just hang this on the wall in a handy spot and gaze upon it when needed, letting it resonate within you, so those around you will be none the wiser... It will be printed on a random page from a genuine 1898 edition of the Universal Dictionary of the English Language published by P.F. Collier of New York. Each page, which is carefully removed from the original binding and trimmed to 7 ¾ inches (196mm) wide by 10 7/8 inches (275mm) high, has a beautiful old patina and may even contain another charming, small illustration or two from the original printing, making your print absolutely unique. Your print will not be on the same dictionary page shown in the above photo.
It will ship by mail in a plastic sleeve, well supported by a piece of heavy card stock. It will NOT be matted or framed.
The photos on the right show various prints as they could be framed by you. They are for illustration and inspiration only.