c.1895 ANAHEIM California PRESSEL BLACKSMITH SHOP Photo
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Matted and ready to pop into a standard frame: This interesting 8" x 10" photo print is from an original photo c.1895 Fred Pressel's Blacksmith Shop, Anaheim built in 1895; image shows facade of the blacksmith shop with several men with mules horses lined up in front Pressel's shop; partial view of a horse-drawn wagon visible at far left; sign over blacksmith's entrance reads "FRED PRESSEL / GENERAL BLACKSMITHING / & HORSESHOEING"; telephone pole visible in center of photo; white text across bottom of photo reads "OUR BUSY DAY." We have other vintage images from California on this site.
This wonderful reproduction of the original printed graphic is crisply printed on matte finish heavy photo paper. This piece includes a white acid-free matte and is ready to be popped into a standard 11" x 14" frame, which can be bought anywhere locally. Graphic area fits the 8" x 10" opening of the matte.
Image included here is low-quality for quick loading on the net with a watermark across, which will not be on your print.
Makes a terrific gift for the collector or an addition to your collection!
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