This auction features a uniquely matted and framed photograph of ERNEST HEMINGWAY. American novelist and war correspondent. His works include; The Sun Also Rises, A Farewell To Arms, For Whom The Bell Tolls, and The Old Man and The Sea. Awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1954. This scanned image does not represent the quality of this print. It is a clear sharp black and white photograph. To further accent this wonderful picture, a U.S. Postage Stamp honoring ERNEST HEMINGWAY has been included.
Your print has been carefully assembled in a high quality, handfinished 10" x 12.25 inch solid hardwood frame with double cut matting and clear gallery glass. These frames are dressed to the nines- a simple yet elegant sophisticated black lacquer frame that will fit in with most decors. Your picture will come ready to hang on the wall. All STEVESPIX pictures and frames are brand new and have never been displayed. We at STEVESPIX take pride in what we produce, and will do everything to make you satisfied with your purchase. Please email with any questions.My Policies: FOLLOWING THE AUCTION, Seller will Email INVOICE to Buyer within 24 hrs. (Advise Seller if invoice is not received). In Addition to high bid amount, Buyer pays calculated shipping (priority mail) and $1.70 for Insurance (required) (Safe delivery Guaranteed) Sales tax applies to CA residences). ACCEPTED forms of PAYMENT: Visa/MasterCard (through PAYPAL) Ships Immediately* Money Order,Cashiers Check, ships next day* Personal Checks held 10 days to clear.* INTERNATIONAL BUYERS: Must pay through PAYPAL and include $20.00 for uninsured shipping per items.* BUYER agrees to make payment within 7 days. Take advantage of the Post Office's new Flat Rate shipping and save on multiple purchases. I can ship up to three prints in one package for the price of $9.80 plus $1.70 insurance. Combine shipping and SAVE! You may be interested in our other listings on eBay. STEVESPIX
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