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While the original photographs we have worked from are in the public domain and not subject to copyright, we have so reworked these images that they now constitute creative intellectual property and are thus fully owned and copyrighted by images and original text contained on this, and any other site under the AntiquePhotoArchive domain, are the property of AntiquePhotoArchive and are protected by United States and International copyright laws. All copyright, trademark, and other intellectual property rights in this site, are the property of AntiquePhotoArchive. Any commercial use of this content without prior consent is a violation of United States and International copyright law. NOTE: NOT ALL PRINTS ARE CREATED EQUAL! Photo reproduction prints are a product of the mechanical printer, the quality of paper used, the quality of inks used and the human printer’s eye and expertise. There is a difference between the commonplace laser printer (as one would find at Office Max) and a professional state of the art giclee printer, like we inks are archival pigmented inks, not dyes like a home ink jet printer uses. They are fade resistant for 100+ years. These are the inks sought by museums and galleries for their accurate color reproduction. That is, they are the only inks able to match an artist’s palette or photographer’s images. Add a discerning and experienced eye, and you have all the makings of a superior print. In printing, like so many other services, a lot of factors determine the quality of the reproduction. How thick (or flimsy) the paper is, the resolution of the original photograph, the expertise of the individual processor/printer and the time spent polishing the image to perfection prior to printing. Don’t purchase a print from just any vendor. Investigate how, by whom and with what those prints are produced. Not only are we professional, we are nice people with big hearts. A portion of our proceeds goes to housing, feeding and caring for the large panda population recently discovered in New Jersey. Because we all know bamboo can’t grow there. (That was a joke if you’re a little slow.) Thank you for your visit and have a pandarific day

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