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ARMS AND CRESTS + 3 BONUS

VINTAGE ENGRAVING PRINTING COLLECTION / MADE IN FRANCE !

  • This collection consists of various volumes. Each has a theme: initials and letters, animals, hands and stars, etc.
  • These sheets are from catalog printing plates used in France in the early twentieth century.

    BONUS

  • Each volume is accompanied by one or two totally free bonus sheets.

    THEME OF VOLUME 12 : ARMS AND CRESTS, 13 SHEETS + 3 FREE

  • Arms of the major world powers before 1900: France, USA, Mexico, England, Belgium, Russia, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Papacy, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Greece, Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Hungary, Sweden, Egypt, Bulgaria, Turkey, Neuchatel, Vaud Canton, Geneva, Lausanne, Counts of Flanders, Monaco, Tunisia, Romania, Prussia, Baden, Luxembourg, Württemberg, Poland, Bavaria, Saxony, Serbia, Peru, Argentina, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Brazil, Uruguay, Hawaii, Cambodia, New Granada, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Bolivia, Paris.
  • Texture in the background is not included.

    FILES

  • The files are in TIFF. These are images in BITMAP mode at very high resolution of 2400 dpi.
  • Their size is 18000 x 25000 pixels.
  • To test the use of an image before buying this volume, you can download a complete sample at: http://www.benjamin-babron.com/00-DIVERS/BB_engraving_printing_sample.zip
  • Depending on your needs, changing the color mode, resolution, every little bit image can be used in a larger format.

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