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Rubber Industry In Africa Botanical Reference Chart 1915

Rubber Industry In Africa Botanical Reference Chart 1915

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Overview

  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Height: 9.25 Inches
  • Width: 6.25 Inches
  • Materials: paper, ephemera, ink
  • Favorited by: 7 people
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Description

Here is a very cool view of the rubber industry in Africa back in 1915, from the harvesting of the rubber sap to the creation of balls, tires and shoe soles. the finished product

What an unusual find. This original 6.25" x 9.25" lithograph chart from 1915 is absolutely perfect; flat and smooth... without dings or bumps. The paper is a lovely crisp quality too; finished with a soft and subtle sheen with very little tanning. This antique botanical lithograph is blank on the reverse.

Matted and framed and displayed as a grouping, these wonderful old industry prints are simply spectacular. (Please note that the framed examples in the last photos are just to show how this might look when it's framed. Your print will come to you unmatted and unframed.)

I'll send this fine old beauty to you by way of the USPS packaged flat and protected in a rigid mailer.

Surrender Dorothy offers an outstanding collection of frame-worthy antique prints, maps, charts, and illustrations to adorn every room in your happy home. Terrific vintage finds for your workplace too.

Our vintage art inventory moves very quickly and fresh selections are added each day, Please be sure to bookmark our shop and check back to visit us often so you don't miss a thing.
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Here is a very cool view of the rubber industry in Africa back in 1915, from the harvesting of the rubber sap to the creation of balls, tires and shoe soles. the finished product

What an unusual find. This original 6.25" x 9.25" lithograph chart from 1915 is absolutely perfect; flat and smooth... without dings or bumps. The paper is a lovely crisp quality too; finished with a soft and subtle sheen with very little tanning. This antique botanical lithograph is blank on the reverse.

Matted and framed and displayed as a grouping, these wonderful old industry prints are simply spectacular. (Please note that the framed examples in the last photos are just to show how this might look when it's framed. Your print will come to you unmatted and unframed.)

I'll send this fine old beauty to you by way of the USPS packaged flat and protected in a rigid mailer.

Surrender Dorothy offers an outstanding collection of frame-worthy antique prints, maps, charts, and illustrations to adorn every room in your happy home. Terrific vintage finds for your workplace too.

Our vintage art inventory moves very quickly and fresh selections are added each day, Please be sure to bookmark our shop and check back to visit us often so you don't miss a thing.
====================================================
Our vintage gallery of Botanical Art may be viewed here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/surrenderdorothy/search?search_query=botanical
====================================================
Check out our African collection here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/surrenderdorothy/search?search_query=Africa
********************************************************
Please View Our Shop Policies Here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/SurrenderDorothy/policy?ref=shopinfo_policies_leftnav

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