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"Love's Philosophy" by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822)

The British Romantic poets believed in celebrating nature, and the individual. They had a particular disdain for modern technology. So I'd like to think letterpress printing their poems in today's world would have pleased them so. Featuring the key second generation of Romantic poets, these simple and sweet cards were inspired by my love of classic British literature as well as my nostalgia for those tiny Peanuts Valentine cards passed around when I was in elementary school. I always imagined Snoopy typing them out on his vintage typewriter.

1 folded card - 3.5 x 4.875 (A1)
printed in red and black on bright white 100% cotton stock
coordinating red envelope
packaged in a recyclable clear sleeve
shipped within 1-3 business days via USPS


About: These cards are carefully hand cranked, one at a time, on my vintage Vandercook proof press. My house paper is specialty milled #118 luxurious 100% cotton stock, which is made from cotton linters left over from the textile industry. It is archival, acid free, recyclable, biodegradable, and elemental chlorine free.

Giving: Presse Dufour donates a portion of proceeds to organizations such as the Gulf Coast Restoration Network, as well as many local organizations in New Orleans.

© Presse Dufour

Letterpress Note Card - Love Poetry (Shelley)

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: letterpress, cotton paper, ink, biodegradable clear sleeve
  • Ships worldwide from Louisiana, United States
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