Here is a pretty vintage photograph frame Holder from the 1940s/1950s. It has a pop out leg for free standing. Or you can add it to a wood frame as a decorative Matte.
This is a nostalgic way to frame your children's artwork, use for craft projects or your wedding photos!
Opening is 9.5x7
Condition is very good, the edges are a little bumped but nothing of an issue.
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Shipping & policies
Items ship the next business day.
Shipping & Handling includes: Postage, SAFE packaging, labels, ink, tracking, insurance, etc. (When applicable, I refund overages in excess of MY costs, that were paid by buyer)
I am a recycler. After all, that is what a vintage seller does. I re-use boxes where applicable and I often use giftwrap as package filling.
Shipping costs are expensive for international. (When applicable, I refund overages in excess of my costs, that were paid by buye.) Costs do not include any customs fees that may be charged by the country receiving the item. (Those fees are buyers responsibility)
Payment is required within 24 hours. If you are interested in a lay-away agreement, message us so that we can work out the details.
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Please keep in mind, vintage and antique items are not usually in mint condition. My descriptions will be as detailed as I can make them but I may miss a ding here and a stain there on occasion.
We sell vintage items. This means there may be imperfections such as dents, scratches, stains, yellowing, moth holes etc. We look over every item thoroughly and will include anything we may find that may be worthy of mention.
Most "vintage" shoppers understand that imperfections are part of the charm of these previously owned items. (We don't mind wearing a Tshirt with a hole)
When we price out items, especially clothing, we use a complex grading system based on, maker, material, age, color, subject, rarity, desirability etc. We always try to price items competitively and fairly.
Our main objective is building positive relationships with customers. We want to sell our treasures to you again and again. It's the hunt for more treasure that gives us enjoyment.
If you are searching for a specific item, let us know. We will add it to our radar when we search out new inventory.
“One man's trash is another man's treasure is a third man's raw materials for their planet-buster earthquake machine.”
― Seanan McGuire