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This is a digital image created from an authentic 1920's newspaper clipping. I have many of these clippings harvested from antique newspapers found in the walls of my 103 year old home. They are delightful to read and I found they can also be a great addition to those projects that require old images. These would be perfect to decoupage onto boxes or picture frames for that vintage or antique flair.

This image is in jpeg form at 300dpi resolution. The file will be emailed to you. The coloring is completely authentic due to the many years these clippings resided within the walls. They have a gorgeous sepia tone to them.

This image is in jpeg form at 300dpi resolution. The image you see here has a watermark on it, but the one you receive will not have the watermark on it.

Copyright information: you are free to use thie image for any craft you choose but you may NOT use it in any of the following ways:

No copying and reselling this image
No copying and sharing with friends or relatives
No production of cd's or any other device for reselling
No reproducing and selling as precut images
No reselling as a digital collage sheet

You may use this image on any item you intend to sell.

If you have questions, please don't hesitate to contact me.

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Antique Newspaper Print Ad Honey Comb Cake Digital Image Shabby Chic 1920s

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