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Acatne Velleda

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Frame Style: 1 1/4 inch frame of the highest quality American hardwoods sourced from a factory which practices sustainable harvesting of forests.
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6 Ply Conservation: Bright White conservation mat for an elegant presentation of your artwork.
Clear Glass: Our glass provides some UV protection. Keep art out of direct sunlight.
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Acatne Velleda

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Advertising poster for the chainless Acat̬ne Metropole bicycle with G&J tires showing the Germanic priestess, Velleda, a legendary leader of the Batavian uprising against the Romans, with a bird of prey carrying chains and the Latin motto "Vae Catenis," or "Woe to Chains," above its head. Created by Biarritz Baylac in 1898 and published by Kossuth & Cie, Paris at 156 x 118 cm.

All prints are made with the finest quality Digital Giclée printing using 12 color archival inks. We have chosen a 300gsm Rag Matt finish paper with no "Optical Brightners" to extend the life of your print.

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Acatne Velleda

Advertising poster for the chainless Acat̬ne Metropole bicycle with G&J tires showing the Germanic priestess, Velleda, a legendary leader of the Batavian uprising against the Romans, with a bird of prey carrying chains and the Latin motto "Vae Catenis," or "Woe to Chains," above its head. Created by Biarritz Baylac in 1898 and published by Kossuth & Cie, Paris at 156 x 118 cm.

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