Napoleonic Era Prints and Special Collection Prints from Arnold Friberg and Keith Rocco
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AFL 1: In Pursuit
AFL 2: A study of a Mountie with Escimo child fishing
AFL 3: Maintaining the Right


Comments on the Prints
1. Prints are all printed on acid free paper.
2. Some pictures as displayed may appear slightly blurred or the color may be slightly different than the print. This may be because of our inablity to reproduce exactly the definition and color of these beautiful prints as you would see them and are reproduced in the original prints. The prints themselves are perfectly clear and sharp.
3. Most of the prints have a border of several inches. Some have no border. Only the image size will be shown here.
4. In mailing we will roll these up protected by soft paper and shipped in a tube. Some are mounted already and will be shipped flat.
5. These prints are on sale and our first offering at these prices. Many are collectors items. We do not ship framed unless the customer absolutely insists.
6. You will be well pleased with the quality of these prints. They are beautiful and accurate representations of the history and pageantry of this fascinating Napoleonic period.
7. There are three main size groups: NPL - Large, NPM - Medium and NPS - Small


Shipping and Insurance
NPL Large Prints: $12.00    NPM Medium Prints: $10.00    NPS Small Prints: $8.00
If they will have to be shipped flat, there my be a slightly higher charge.  Shipping to Europe and the UK is approximately three times the amount I have shown here.


Additional Notes
I have some of the magnificent catalogs that are sold by Cranston Fine Arts in Scotland. I have # 1, # 2, # 5 and # 6 as extras I will sell for $10 each plus $1.00 each for postage. These volumes are filled with pictures and information on famous artists. They are well worth the money for those interested in military history as it is portrayed in fine art. — Whit Young