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This beautiful black and white illustration features two children gazing upon the wonders of the Universe.

It is a perfect piece to hang on your junior astronomer's wall.
You could also use it in a fun scrapbook, collage, or mixed media\/altered art creation.

The page was taken from "The Children's Encyclopedia" by Arthur Mee. This delightful series was published in London from 1908 through 1964. The edition from which this page were gleaned does not have a copyright date, but based on my research, it appears to have been published in the 1940s.

The page is an original (not a photocopy). It measures approximately 9 1\/2" x 6 7\/16".

It will be shipped in a bend-proof, moisture-resistant mailer.

***The 1st image is cropped. Please click on the 2nd image to view the entire page.***

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Vintage Ephemera Procession of the Worlds


  • Materials: paper, vintage ephemera, encyclopedia page
  • Ships worldwide from Texas, United States
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