This listing is for a set of 4 unframed art prints of Saxophone invention patent drawings with cream colored background. When framed and displayed together, this set of patent prints will make a unique wall decor to inspire a budding saxophone musician or someone who likes Jazz music.
This set includes:
print #1 Neck key for saxophones invented in 1958
print #2 Saxophone invented by Leon Leblanc in 1964
print #3 Saxophone invented by Vito Pascucci in 1972
print #4 Saxophone invented by Vito Pascucci in 1972
Size: 8×10″ size images, printed on 8.5×11″ size paper. (recommended frame size to use: 11×14″ frames with 8×10″ mats or 8.5×11″ frames. If you wanted to use 8×10″ frames, please crop the paper down to 8×10″ to fit). Printed on Premium acid-free archival quality medium weight (65 lb) cream colored paper.
Prints only, Frames NOT included. (The listing picture showing the prints in frames hanging on the wall is to give an idea of what the prints would look like framed and displayed in a room. Frames and Mats are NOT included.)
Includes 4 unframed art prints of Saxophone invention patent drawings with cream colored background
Image size 8×10 inch; printed on 8.5×11 inch medium weight cream colored paper
Come without frames; recommended frame size to use : 11×14 inch frame with 8×10 inch matting
Can be used to create an unique wall decor saxophone musician or someone who likes Jazz music
Made in the USA
(as of Aug 01,2021 16:23:17 UTC – Details)
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