Pair Of 1970's Arthur Rackham Framed Prints

Pair Of 1970's Arthur Rackham Framed Prints

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We've had the good fortune to buy a dozen original early 1970's prints and posters, all in great condition, taken down from a student wall in 1974 and in storage ever since.

First to be listed is this pair of Arthur Rackham prints, published by Elgin Court Designs.

These are prints of book illustrations 'Feeling very undancey indeed' from Peter Pan by JM Barrie (1906) and 'But who has won the race' from Alice in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (1907)

Printed in the early 1970's as part of the vogue for the late Victorian/Art Nouveau style, we've had them professionally framed in a black frame.

Both pictures are 78cm x 51.5cm.  £185 for the pair.

Large prints so not recommended for posting. If you're planning to reframe we can sell the prints only and include UK postage otherwise pick up from our store in Harrogate or we're happy to arrange a courier.

T's & C's ;

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01423 709941 and we'll do our best to resolve any problems. 

# Larger items will need to be picked up from our store in Harrogate or we'll be happy to arrange for one of our regular couriers to deliver. Roughly speaking, a sideboard to London or Edinburgh would be approx £70. Please get in touch if you'd like more details before purchase.

Thank you and happy shopping, from all on the Space team.

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