Vintage illustration Gatling Gun -svg and png - Scrapbook / Card Making / Transfers
This is a digital file
Vintage illustration Gatling Gun 1870s
png is dpi 600 and 300. Please note that some software my not display the 600 dpi
******Rainbow background is to show transparency and not part of the image you purchase******
This also includes the svg
This is my work, I vectored and cleaned my images, some take many hours. Please don't purchase and then offer them yourself for sale.
These print nicely at 8.5 x 11 and smaller, I have test printed at 150% printer size and they were nice too.
These are vectors of very old scans, there will be flaws as there were in print and since they were vectored ( retraced with software ) they are not gonna be perfect lines tho I strive to keep them as close to the original, you will see the difference as the become larger.
These at viewing size are very close to how they appeared in print. Please see the close up image and insure that it will fit your needs before buying.
If you need these in another format Please message and let me know.
PLEASE NOTE - IMPORTANT
This is a digital file only, nothing will be postal mailed.
You can use it for both personal and commercial purposes.
May not be used for mass production
You may not sell, share, transfer and/or distribute this digital graphic file(s).
This Image is in the public domain because its copyright has expired. This applies to the United States, where Works published prior to 1923 are copyright protected for a maximum of 75 years. See Circular 1 "COPYRIGHT BASICS" PDF from the U.S. Copyright Office. Works published before 1923 are now in the public domain.
Due to varying international copyright laws, this listing is intended for use only within the United States.
Difference between a Vector Graphic and Raster Graphic.
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