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Here is a wonderful reproduction from my glass negative photo collection. This one from France.

This image is of a little boy in France with his two dogs sitting by the tree wearing a hand knit sweater and beret. I absolutely love this one!
This photo is a treasure.

This vintage image will be printed out on my new Museo archival 100% cotton, 250gsm, which is acid free and archival.
I really love this company for their papers Crane is the oldest and best run mill in the US and their photo papers are made to please even the finest buyers of archival photography!
I also use nothing but archival photo inks. This paper and ink will give you a photo that is the highest quality possible and last generations to come.

The inks are fade resistant but I recommend not hanging any artwork in direct sunlight. Printed on 8.0 by 10 inch paper image is itself a little larger than 5 inches by 7 inches and will fit into an 8X10 inch mat with an opening for a 5X7 artwork.

Print is then put into a glassine envelope that seals and mailed in sturdy mailer with cardboard for stability. I have been selling and mailing vintage photos online for 5 years and have customer satisfaction as my top priority. I will mail same day as payment is made if possible.


I will mail same day as payment is made if possible.

French Beret Boy Hand Knit Sweater w His 2 Best Dogs Tinted Vintage Photo Print


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: archival inks, archival museo photo paper, glassine, cardboard
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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