Catholic Print Picture GUARDIAN ANGEL on Bridge

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  • Item Category: Fraternal, Political, Organizations
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 24,2007
  • Channel: Online Auction

8x10" Catholic Print Picture of a GUARDIAN ANGEL with 2 Children on a Bridge by LINDBERG

This is a beautiful and classic picture of the large Guardian Angel hovering over the little boy and girl as they cross the dangerous old bridge. T is lightening flashing in the sky above them, and the rushing river below. A wonderful and comforting picture to help us recall our heavenly guides that protect us everyday. The artist is Lindberg.

Its printed on cardstock. Its ready to be framed and will help bring a little bit of heaven into your home.

Its in perfect condition. The colors are beautiful. The details in the picture are really good. It was printed in Italy by Fratelli Bonella.

I have lots of Catholic / Religious art prints on Ebay, so be sure to check out my other listings!

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COMBINED SHIPPING DISCOUNT

I am happy to offer a reduced shipping rate if you purchase more than one item and make one payment for everything purchased over a 10 day period. For shipments in the USA, I charge the stated shipping cost for the item with the highest shipping cost, and then only .50 for each additional item that you win. International shipments will be figured manually since t is such a wide range of costs involved mailing worldwide.

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