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Fine botanical reproductions--AS A FUNDRAISER OR AS GIFTS

  • To: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
  • Subject: Fine botanical reproductions--AS A FUNDRAISER OR AS GIFTS
  • From: Bruce McGalliard <embruce@erols.com>
  • Date: Wed, 15 Oct 1997 21:19:09 -0600 (MDT)

I publish a series of fine reproductions of nineteenth-century botanical 
art.  Among them are three iris images--persica, halophila, and 
virginica--all of which are printed on acid-free vellum paper.  They come 
in note card form, or as 8x10 framed prints with a forest green acid-free 
mat.  Choice of frames includes mahogany stain with a gold inner lip, or 
a traditional (simple and elegant) gold-on-wood frame.  5x7 note cards 
cost $12.00 wholesale per dozen; framed prints are $15.00 each. For 
resale, markup is generally 100%.  For an order form and samples, please 
email me at the above address, or call (203) 248-2281, or 248-2201.
Emily Frei

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