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ONE 300 DPI Jpeg photo will be emailed to you within 24 hours upon payment -- if not sooner!

NOTE: look at the full scan in the second picture. The first image is only a gallery closeup view. Most of my scans are antique postcard size -- 3.5 by 5.5 inches. But this image is 4 by 6. The design on my original postcard, mailed in 1907 from Mademoiselle E. A. Schmidt to her friend Lucie in Paris, went right to the edges. She was, after all, painting on a postcard:) But I 'expanded' it with some cloning in Photoshop and now there's room for you to print and tear your own ragged edges to simulate watercolor paper or to mat and frame it without covering up the date, the artist's signature. Although this would make a sweet notecard or gift tag, I really think it deserves to be enlarged for cottage wall art. My printer only handles 8.5 by 11 paper but from my test print, I feel confident in saying if you took this scan to Kinkos or some such print company, they could enlarge it to 12 x 14 without losing any quality. IF you want to go really big, I have a 1200 DPI scan available for $9 extra -- perfect for poster size:)

TERMS OF USE: You are purchasing a limited-use commercial license giving you the right to 1)PRINT this image "as is" for resell and/or 2) RESELL this image in a DIGITAL format if ALTERED into your own work of art. Please note: This image cannot be resold digitally "as is" or in college sheets.

FREE: For more details and and info on how to get FREE scans, please read my SHOP POLICIES -- or even better, read my blog post and get a free Eiffel Tower scan just for the asking! (copy and paste this link into a new window)
http://frenchkissedpostcards.blogspot.com/2010/06/scandalous-bribery-boring-fine-print.html

ROSE Digital Scan Original 1902 Floral Bouquet Watercolor Antique French Postcard Cottage Wall Art Decor

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  • Materials: digital scan, digital download, antique french postcard
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  • Ships worldwide from Washington, United States