Peacock Print Vintage 19th Century Ephemera Color Engraving Instant Digital Download

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Made in Corpus Christi, Texas

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You will receive a high resolution 300 dpi digital jpeg file
The engraving file is 5.5 by 9 inches.

This is a print as is from an antique/vintage book. The artist was Charles D'orbigny.
A rich and colorful exotic and proud peacock is perched on a branch.

These graphics have been made by Greer. The items are designed for personal use and small business.

You may not offer them in any other digital template collection for free or for sale, or use them in designs when making a kit or elements for downloads.

You may use for your small sales on tangible items such as cards, tags,etc.

You can overlay them with a paper and use blending modes and change color- anything that you want as long as it is not being sold as a template or in a template pack by itself.

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Taxes will be added for Texas at 8.25%

Returns & exchanges

Please be sure of your purchase before buying, because of the custom nature of my work, there are no refunds (only exchanges for damage). I usually process all orders within 8 hours of receiving them and have paid for the prints or product to be made.

You are responsible for returning the products in their original packaging and in their original condition at your own cost. Ground shipping is acceptable. You will be refunded once I receive the product you are returning. Refunds are only good for the product value, not the shipping costs.

However if there has been damage, please notify me within 3 days, attach a picture of the damage, and we will work out a replacement.
There is no refund, only replacement or exchange.

Additional policies

All of the artwork has been copyrighted by GreerDesigns.

Why does the color look different on my monitor than the actual product?

Images that are viewed on a computer monitor will never have the exact same colors as what will come out of a printer. The reason for this is not only that every monitor is different, every browser is different, and color created from light (your monitor) looks different from color created from ink (a printer).

Also keep in mind, that if you are purchasing a product that has been printed on fabric that because of the nature of fabric being porous as opposed to photographic paper, it will not be as sharp and crisp as an image on paper.