Harley-Davidson First Motorcycle Patents, 20x30

$44.00 USD

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TITLE: Harley-Davidson First Motorcycle
INVENTOR: William Harley
YEAR: 1910-1924
PRINT#: PHRLY2030

A collection of key patents from the first Harley-Davidson Motorcycle.
Print displaying a collection of key patents from the first Harley-Davidson Motorcycle.
Size is 20x30
Framed art is presented in a high-quality wooden frame with styrene glazing
All products available in wholesale quantities & individually labelled and barcoded
All components are proudly made in the USA!
Document is printed on premium acid-free paper
Makes a great gift for biker or Harley lover!
Flat-Rate Shipping regardless of quantity purchased.
Prints typically ship same day and framed art ships by the next business day.

Size and Specs

20x30 Print Only
Sized for 20x30 frame
Image size is 27" x 17"
Art printed on premium, acid-free heavyweight art paper
Delivered rolled in protective mailing tube

20x30 Framed
Quality wood frame with plexiglass
Image size is 27" x 17"
Overall frame size is 22-1/4" x 32-1/4"
Product weight is 9 lbs
Mat is 1.5" in width around art
Frame is sealed and includes hanging hardware

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  • Great gift for the motorcycle enthusiast, mechanic, Harley lover, or biker.
  • Expertly mounted and framed in black & white to present strong, visually-appealing artwork
  • Our technical art makes a great office wall hanging for professionals, supervisors, office managers, and workers
  • Art makes a great gift for the hobbyist, inventor, or professional - for the home or office
  • Interesting artwork creates a conversation piece -- visitors & guests will ask about it!
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03/25/2016
Matt C.
MATTING ERROR...

PRINT LOOKS GREAT. FRAME IS AWESOME. ONLY RESERVE..I WISH THE TITLE OF THE PRINT WAS VISIBLE. IT'S LOCATED AT THE BOTTOM CENTER OUTSIDE THE BORDER LINE. THE MAT OF THE FRAME HAS IT COVERED UP. THAT WAY ALL MY GUESTS CAN READ EXACTLY WHAT IT'S SUPPOSE TO BE. OTHER THAN THAT, THE PIECE IS AMAZING! THANK YOU