Cymbal 1940 Patent Print
Cymbal 1940 Patent
Digitally re-mastered vintage patent prints. Produced and printed exclusively by us at our small workshop in the middle of Cannock Chase in Staffordshire.
Our beautiful and quirky prints are printed using the two latest professional inkjet printers from Canon and Epson, Both printers produce art gallery quality Giclee prints that are made to last a lifetime.
Don't settle for anything less than Giclee prints for your walls, The only recognised industry standard for producing archival quality Giclee prints is by using professional inkjet printers and our promise is that all of our prints are printed using top of the range inkjet printers and pigment ink.
Canon PRO 1000 (12 Individual Cartridge Pigment ink-set)
Epson SC-P800 (9 Individual Cartridge Pigment Ink-set)
Archival Inks: Canon Lucia Pigment Ink or Epson Ultrachrome HD Pigment Ink
Paper: Award Winning 300gsm Oyster Photography Paper
Shipping via UK Royal Mail:
Estimated delivery time 1 - 3 days within UK
Estimated delivery time 3 - 5 days Within the EU
Estimated delivery time 7 - 14 days Outside of Europe
International shipping times are estimates and not guaranteed delivery dates, International Shipping times may take longer if held by Customs.
Size A6, A5 and size A4 prints are packaged in protective sleeve, Which is then placed inside hard board backed rigid envelopes. Sizes A3, A2, are rolled in a protective sleeve, Which is then placed inside rigid postal tubes.
Our protective sleeve not only protects your Print. It also makes it easier to remove your print from the postal tube without any damage. Which makes it easier to flatten your image out, ready to hang on your walls.
Frame is not included
Colours displayed on your monitor may be slightly different to the printed piece of artwork.
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I bought three different patent posters and they were all very nicely printed on good quality stock.
However the parchment image used for the background was identical on all of them which rather spoilt the illusion and lost any 'original' look.