Easter 7 a Sweet Duck in an Easter Egg with Violets a Digital Image from Vintage Greeting Cards - Instant Download

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I’d like to thank you for looking at my Vintage Greeting Card Digital Images. The images are from scanned copies of my personal Vintage Greeting card collection. My cards date from 1920 to the early 1960s. The Vintage cards are scanned at 600 dpi and saved at 600 dpi in the jpg format. The 600-dpi gives you great graphics no matter how big or small you make them.

This listing is for an image containing a sweet little duck in a field of violets. She is in an Easter egg dyed pink and decorated with pink and blue flowers A perfect image to celebrate Easter and Spring.

The watermarks are for display purposes only. They are not on the actual images.

My Digital Images have been digitally enhanced and are copyright protected. You can use them over and over again for for any hand made/home made tangible item. The images cannot be digitally reproduced and re-distributed and they cannot be used for mass productions. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to convo me.

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I try very hard to ensure that I produce quality cds. But I know that stuff happens. So, if you receive a cd that is DOA, a replacement cd will be shipped to you immediately. Because of the nature of the item, I cannot offer any other type of refunds or exchanges.

Additional policies

Most of the CDs contain the card graphics as well as the verse associated to the card. On the few that do not the description will advise you that the verses are not included.

I love the aged appearance and try to limit any changes to the overall feel of the card. Therefore, there may be some aging that is visible but that just adds to the character of the graphic. Most of the signatures of the senders have been removed.

My cards are scanned at a high resolution - 600 dpi.

I save my images in the jpg format.

The CDs are packaged in a hard clam shell plastic case.

Any labels I may use are attached to the clam shell case and not the CD.

If you have any other questions, please contact me.