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Chicago World’s Fair 'A Century Of Progress’, 1833 -1933. Reproduction print of poster by Weimer Pursell showing exhibition buildings with boats on water in foreground. Silkscreen print by Neely Printing Co., Chicago, 1933.

Print available in the following sizes:
8.5” x 11” Print with an approximate image size of 6.5" x 10”.
11" x 14" Print with an approximate image size of 8.75" x 13".
13” x 19” Print with an approximate image size of 12”x18”

Print comes on acid free 300 gsm professional exhibition grade archival art paper and is printed using an 8 color process using fade-resistant archival inks. This combination of fine art paper and fade-resistant archival inks allows us to reproduce images with brilliant clarity and outstanding color reproduction. Print life is estimated to be 100 years with proper care. Please note that actual item colors may vary slightly from photos shown depending on individual monitor settings.

Print ships carefully packaged in acid-free archival quality cello sleeves to protect the piece during shipment. Standard shipping is via USPS. Items usually ship within 3 days from date of completed payment.

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Chicago World's Fair, 1933 - 8.5x11 Poster Print - also available in 11x14 and 13x19 - see listing details

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Ink, premium artisan paper, and just a dash of inspiration
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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