PROMOTION OF DOMESTIC INDUSTRY
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Modern museum quality giclée print on heavy fine art paper from an original early 20th century Japanese art postcard.
Artwork of a woman holding industrial tools. This postcard was used to promote the Tokyo Exposition for the Promotion of Domestic Industry in commemoration of the coronation of Emperor Hirohito.
Unattributed, 1928. Color lithograph. Kjeld Duits Collection.
|Unframed fine art print, custom made upon your order|
|Giclée printed on certified museum quality archival paper (Hahnemühle Fine Art) for highest age resistance|
|Matte premium inkjet coating for perfect reproduction of colors, detail and pictorial depth|
|Printed with a white border for easy framing (0.39" | 1cm)|
|Professionally packaged for save shipping|
|The actual print size might differ by a small fraction. Learn more here|
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You may be subject to customs duties, customs clearance charges as well as local taxes when importing goods.
The recipient is responsible for paying these.
Each item is created individually just for you. Therefore our products are non-returnable and non-refundable.
Damages and issues
We will reprint and replace your order for free if it arrives damaged.
Please inspect your order upon reception. If any item is defective, damaged or if you receive the wrong item, please take photos and contact us immediately.
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