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Antique Print 1906 PHYSICS ELECTRICITY Electrolytic Deposits Chart Diagram 1800s Metals Science

Sold by Thepapermuseum
+ $12.98 shipping
+ $12.98 shipping


Item details

Beautiful antique colour chromolithographic scientific print.
This a rare and original lithographic print from 1906.

This print is over 110 years old!

Perfect for framing.

Approx. dimensions:15.5cm x 22.5cm (6" x 9" )

Condition: Very good. A tiny tear on outer white border margin not affecting image. Please refer to my photos.

Please note that all of our prints are antique or vintage items and therefore are subject to some age toning.

Please feel free to ask any questions.

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Preparation takes 1-2 business days
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We ship internationally via Royal Mail signed for delivery. Within UK we post 2nd class signed, unless specified.

Royal mail international info: All our tracking and signature services aim to deliver to Europe within 3-5 working days, and worldwide within 5-7 working days.

Just to note: you are liable for any customs taxes incurred.


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Please check all details in the listing so you will be happy with your item. Returns are only accepted in the instance that an item differs considerably from the description given. All items are wrapped and sent extremely carefully to insure they will arrive without damage.

Please message me through a conversation on Etsy if you have a problem with the sale. If a return is agreed then postage must be paid by the buyer and item must be despatched within 2 days of receiving and notification given. The item must be packed in a manner which ensures its arrival in the same condition as sent.

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Please contact me if you are looking for particular prints or a series of pictures. I have a large collection and I am constantly sourcing new material. I'm happy to try to source things for you.