October 1937 Esquire Magazine George Petty print, 6 1/4"" by 9 1/2"" print, trademark black telephone with pin up girl talking to her banker. While the caption might have been cartoony the woman certainly is not. Not a photo or modern reproduction. Mounted on contrasting matte, it has been shrink wrapped. Will easily fit into 11" by 14". Framed is shown in last photo. Framed price is $49, unframed is $39. Condition is mint, no discoloration, blemishes, foxing or creases. This is an original print from Esquire Magazine.
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We were fortunate to acquire hundreds of prints at Auction from a print and frame shop that closed. These are NOT Computer enhanced copies or reproduction images. Average age was 50 to 100 years old. Some prints were framed others mounted and shrink wrapped. All the mounting materials were acid free products. All the wood frames, glass and prints are damage free. You would be hard pressed to have a print matted and framed for under $100. Materials alone to Matte, mount on foam board and shrink wrapped is a minimum of $50. *Saturday Evening Post covers.
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