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Old North Bridge in Concord, MA

The Old North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts was the site of one of the first skirmishes in the Revolutionary War. Following the shot heard round the world at Lexington Green, the British continued their march towards Concord, where they hoped to confiscate weapons and powder.

Instead what they found was a determined and downright pissed off band of colonials who stood up to the British and delivered the first victory of the new war. 

In the nineteenth century, Concord became a mecca for great authors, including Hawthorne, Emerson, Mary Louise Ascott and of course, Thoreau. Many of these authors lived or spent time at the Old Manse, still standing next to the Old North Bridge.

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Standard Lustre Prints
8 x 10 Print $31.99
16 x 20 Print $47.99
24 x 30 Print $75.00

Lustre has a satin-like sheen and a modestly textured surface which you can see when the light angle is just right.

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16 x 20 Print $145.24
24 x 30 Print $193.24

Heavy, 310g paper with a subtle texture. This acid-free paper is 100% cotton fiber and is finished with a water-based protective spray. With stunning colors and matte finish, photos take on the look similar to a painting.

Giclee Canvas Boards
16 x 20 Canvas $145.24
24 x 30 Canvas $198.24

The Giclée process enables printing directly onto museum-quality canvas material, so prints will not separate over time. Protective spray coating is applied to the surface of each print to help prevent scratches and other damage. Canvas Board prints are mounted onto sturdy Gator Foamboard, a very rigid foamboard and lightweight backing with a white finish.

Full Size Download $75.00

Framing starts at $50.75 
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