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BID DATE:
01/20/2019 02:39 PM
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X-TRA LARGE LIMITED EDITION SIGNED PRINT

Age: More than 40 years old.

Size: 38 Wide, 36 Tall

Composition: Glass, Metal, Paper

Rating: 7

Comments: This color framed print of a quaint seaside town comes in a large silver metal frame with thick white matting around the image. The mat does have some rippling along the top edge and the metal frame is loose on the lower left hand corner, separated slightly. One mounting bracket on the back side of the frame has broken, the screw coming loose from an inner wooden portion, taking some of the wood with it. The bracket will need to be replaced before the image can be hung again.

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