Antique Retro Rustic Vintage US Patents 1911 Handgun Pistol Poster
Antique Retro Rustic Vintage US Patents 1911 Handgun/Pistol was Invented By John M. Browning. This patent was filed on February 17, 1910. It was issued on February 14,1911 by the United States Patent & Trademark Office. Yup, the famous 1911 & the most beautiful handgun ever made was granted an US patent (US984519) on Valentines day 1911. This is a great conversation piece made-to-order canvas wrap wall art decor for any firearms enthusiast or 2nd amendment aficionados. This unique canvas wall art will make a bold statement to any man cave.
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• Printed With Dye/Pigment Reactive Ink
• On Acid-Free Archival Matte Paper
• Shipped In Heavy Duty Poster Tube, Rigid tubes resist bending and crushing
• Heavy Weight (230 gsm)
• Thick base (9.5 mil)
• Instant-dry Coating That Resists Fingerprints And Smudging
• No Offensive Odor
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